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SPORTS • SECTION D 



SPECIAL SECTION 



Home is where the heart is 

Bennett is just one of 
2 Tonys coming to Ravinia 




Hamming it up 

Mr. Best of Show adds 
flavor to fair 



Fair game 

Sporting events that shaped this 
year's Lake County Fair 



Home Marlceter 

Read about the latest trends 
in liomc spaces 



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Lake County Fair 

queens active in 

their communities 



Little Miss Lake County 
KiERSTiN Thompson, 7 

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Tliompson is no stranger 
to tlie spotlight. ThelittJesl of 
the queens only recently relin- 
quished her Little Miss 
Libertyville 2004 crown. 

When she's not busy Willi 
queenly duties, she can be 
found volunteering at the 
Winchester House, browsing 
tlirough her village's farmers' 
market in Cook Park or social- 
izing during Out-to-Lunch. 





■; ,JR- Miss Lake CbUNTY 
j" ' Mary McCmjre, 13 
■ Gravsijvke 

A Tiie'sdoh-to-be eighih 
(graderkceps herself busy with 
^•'studerit council, volleyball, 
cheerleading and Softball . 
when she isn't preparing for 
pagean ts (this vyas h e r ei gl i tli) . 
She also is active in local vol- 
uhteorwork-' 

McClure is pursuing a new 
passion: starting a band. An 
acoustic guitar enthusiast, she 
'^' hopes to team up wiUi fellow 
classmates and see where it 
goesfrom there. ,,. •, 




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MiSS'LAkECoiJNTY*' ■ ; 

Mahv Akzer, 1<) 

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Arzer, who won her vil- 
lajge's Jr. Miss (1998) and Miss 
(2002) will be a sophomore at 
Carthage College, where she Is 
double majoring in physical 
education and sports science, 
putting her knowledge to work 
at a Lake Forest day camp, 
teaching fimess to children in 
grades K-3. 

She'll now try for the crown 
of Miss Illinois State Fair. 



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By Ginny Skweres 

StaffReporter 

Residents from Andoch, Lake 
Villa and Undenhurst responded to 
the call to raise money in the fight 
against cancer. Tliey were part of a 
program across die county, state and 
country honoring cancer survivors 
and those who lost dieir fight. 

Tlie Relay was at Lakes High 
School in Lake Villa and began at 6 
p.m. and continued until 6 a.m. the 
following morning. Thirty-eight 
teams had collected money and 
vowed to keep a team member on 
die track for die endre 12 hours. 
There were 10 to 15 members on a 
team and each team had agreed to 
try to bring in $1,000. 

.Eathet than a somber event, the 
Relay for Life was a celebration diat 
many found to be uplifting and 
inspialional. There were a variety of 
acdvides for die hundreds of people 
who were there, including children. 
Wlien it was not an Individuals turn 
to walk around die track they could 
amuse themselves in a number of 
ways. There were hula hoop con- 
tests, DJs and music. 

Each team set up campsites widi 






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MlchoHe Mackovirtak and Heather Bednar, both will be freshman at 
AnUach High-School thlsfall, participate In the Relay for Ufo at 
Lak^ Community High School In lake Villa. Mackovilak and Bednar 
raised over $400 to be donated to the American Cancer Society. 



tents, sleeping bags, lavm chairs and 
decorated It according to dieir cho- 
sen dieme. Some of die themes were 
a cafd in Paris, Hawailns in grass 
skirts, a Pageantry team whose 
members wore' crowns and did 
the 'pageant wave' . as they 
walked. 



"It was a celebration of lives 
and a celebration of the lives that 
lost the fight," Mary TUrner said. 
I dldn'rhear a cross word.. It was 
joyous and there was laughter. It 
literally raised everyone up." 

ginnys@lakelandmefiia.com 



Antioch man charged with aggravated battery 




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By Ginny Skweres 

StaffReporter 

Lucas ). Neuhaus, 22, of 333 
Harden St., Andoch, was charged 
vrith armed violence and aggravated 
assault widi a deadly weapon after 
he allegedly stabbed a 24-ycar-old 
Lindenhurst man. This happened in 
the alley behind 914 Main St, in 
Antioch, according to Commander 
Craig Somerville. 

Antioch Police responded to a 
call about die stabbing at 3:30 a.m. 
last Saturday and found die victun 



with multiple stab 
wounds and slashes on 
his face, ■ arms and 
abdomen.- He was air- 
lifted to Lutheran 
General Hospital in Park 
Ridge where he under- 
went emergency sur- 
gery, Somerville sad. He 
had an eight-inch slice 
down his face, serious 
defense wounds on his 
arms and abdomen and 
his stomach linhig was 
punctured. The man was placed in die 
intensive care unit after surgery. 




Lucas Neuhaus 



Police talked to witness- 
es who said die suspect 
was hiding in his base- 
ment. Police went to 
Neuhaus' home and arrest- 
ed him. Tlicy obtained a 
search warrant and recov- 
ered some evidence, but 
Somerville declined to say 
what it is. 

Witnesses said die man 
had left a restaurant to go 
to his car and look for liis 
wallet. The man asked 

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By Ginny Skweres 

Siajf Reporter 

If you get hungry on Sunday because tlie 
aroma of a chicken BBQ is wafting in your 
direction, you can find the source at Williams 
Park where the lion's Club is raising money 
witli their annual BBQ. To make things easier 
for everyone, Uie food will all be to go and 
there is even a drive-tlim where you can pick 
up your food, find parking and eat n die park. 
In addition to tlie chicken, hot dogs and 
bratwurst will be available. Tlie Lion's Club will 
also have some of the best corn in Lake County 
for sale. To ensure it is the sweetest and best, 
club members vnW go at 5 a.m. Sunday to a 
farm that has been irrigated and pick up about 
2,000 ears of com. That's enougli to fill up a 



pick-up truck. 

"The sooner you eat com after its been 
picked, the sweeter it is/' said Chuck Cermak, 
past president of the Lion's Club. Corn diat 
fresh would be hard to beat. 

lifelong BBQ attendee Laurie Stahl doesn't 
know tlie secret ingredient for the club's chick- 
en recipe, but it has kept her coming back 
every year. 

"It's die best chicken in town," Stahl said. 
As a member of die Junior Woman's Club, Stalil 
and fellow club members vyill help die lion's 
Club serve the food. Serving will begin at 11 
a.m. and continue to 5 p.m. The Junior 
Woman's Club will also run the "TYeasure 
Boodi," selling items dial were not bid upon. 

For diose who have a sweet toodi, the 
Woman's Club will be selling desserts. 

Along witli die BBQ, Uie Anlioch Rescue 



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Squad will feature nearly 4O0 items for theu: 
annual auction. Individuals and members of 
the Antioch business community have 
donated items, creating a list of varied 
offerings. 

Some of the items available for bid 
include a prize-winning steer, a couple of 
fully dressed pigs, a 1998 white Chevy 
Malibu, boating and fishingitems, antique 
dressers and tables, a lawn tractor, gift cer- 
tificates to local restaurants and a wide 
variety of other items. 

Tliere will also be acdvities for die chil- 
dren, and entry to die Aquatic Center wiU be 
friee for the day. Tlie Lion's Club donated die 
pool to die village, and die Parks Department 
honors Uieir donation in diis way every year. 

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' A good aEctioEeer can bring better prices 



By Ginny Skweres 

StaJfReporler 

Plans for die annual auction to raise funds 
for the Lion's Club and the Rescue Squad are 
set to go, and a couple of Andoch's ovm auc- 
tioneers are ready to get diings in motion. 

Herman Behm, 87, has retired from tlie 
auctioneering business, but after diirty some 
years of being in the business, he hasn't lost 
die knack. 

"Over die years, I used to be all over die 
nation and Canada specializing in constmc- 
tion equipment," Behm said. "I've had a lot of 
experience." 

Behm suggests that people come to diis 
aucdon with an atypical atdtude. 

"We don't want people to come to see how 
cheap diey get somediing. We want diem to 
see how much diey can give for it Bodi of 



these are good causes, and diey can get a tax 
writc-of for it," he said. 

Auctioneers need some knowledge and 
talent to be good at Uieir job. Tliey have to 
know tlie lingo and die value of the merchan- 
dise. 

As far as die lingo goes, Behm gave a trans- 
lation of what an auctioneer says at the begin- 
ning of die bidding, and continue on. The 
translation is helpful because auctioneers 
speak rapidly. It is his job to get the best prices 
possible for die merchandise, and to get die 
crowd enthused. 

"People know me from all over die U.S. I 
think that IVe sold more than most auction- 
eers," he said. 

Tlie bidding begins with die auctioneer 
saying, 'I'm bid one. Will anybody give two?' 
There's no risk, because die auctioneer can, 
with diat bit of information, have no fear 
about walking into the bidding areas. The auc- 



tioneer can tell die difference between some- 
one who's making a bid and someone who is 
just stretching or scratching his head. 

In order to prepare for auctioneer- 
ing, "you do a lot of appraisal work and you've 
got to be on die dollar. You have to be honest 
and tell diem what you diink," he said. 

"Tlie job is also part showmanship. You 
have to be able to build die momentum diat 
will keep the bidding going fast and fijriously," 
Behm said. 

Bob Meisinger will also be doing his share 
of auctioneering. 

Satisfy your curiosity and see a form of 
selling diat is still going strong. In fact ,Behm 
said diere arc more auctions now tiian ever. 

There are also some very intriguing items 
up for bidding. Come early and browse. The 
actual bidding will begin at 1 p.m. 

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Values Ihie liriilue 

Recently I removed wallpaper from a hall- 
way in my home. As I was purchasing paint at 
TVue Value Hardware in Antioch, I was express- 
ing my concerns about "just painting" to Uie 
paint department person. Kadiy LaFave, an 
employee, suggested rag painting die hall and 
tlien covering it widi a glaze. She talked me 
into and Uirougli die whole project. My hall- 
way looks great, dianks to Kadiy. 

Shortly thereafter, I had a carpenter 
replacing a badiroora vanity and he needed a 
"sink part diing." I dashed out while he was 
working to find a replacement part. As I head- 
ed to the plumbing section of Thie Value I 
passed a young employee carrying a Burger 
King bag (obviously his limch). He quickly put 
his bag down to help me. (This is a true story). 
He was polite, helpful and I was quickly on my 
way. 

I have had several reasons to shop atThje 
Value lately and have had a good experience 
each time. They have everydiing I need form 
keys to closet parts to paint to rental items. The 
employees are cheerfiil, courteous, and knowl- 
edge. They act like Uiey want to help you, not 
like they have to because it is dieir job. Thanks 
Thie Value, I'm glad you are in Antioch, I diink 
you are tenific. 

JulianneTImin 

Jamsky killedX 
in Iraq 

By Ginny Skweres 

StaJfReporler 

Benjamin D. Jansky, 28, who grew up in 
the Antioch and linderiliurst areas, was killed 
in action in Iraq on July 27. Services will be 
held Friday at noon at Community Church in 
OsliKosh. Burial will be in Riverside Cemetery. 

More information will come next week. 

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Village board 
takes action 

on motions 
except for 
annexation 

By Ginny Slaveres 

Staff Reporter 

Mayor Dorothy Larson was 
absent from the village board meet- 
ing Monday evening and TVustee 
Mary'Rjmer, head of the planning, 
zoning and building committee 
requested tliat the village board 
table the decision regarding annexa- 
tion of property for a proposed 
restaurant and banquet center. Tiiis 
is in regard to business zoning 
requested byTGS Enterprises. 

In anotlier motion the trustees 
approved a request to acquire two 
new squad cars, and the board 
unanimously to do so. The new cars 
will be cycled intp squad car use and 
two older cars with higii mUeage will 
be retired. 

Thistees asked Village 
Administrator Michael Haley to 
make certain Antioch car dealers 
were invited to bid, which Haley 
assured them he was going to do. 

The trustees also approved the 
creation of a chief accountant posi- 
tion for the village, which will pay 
between $50,000 to $55,000. Haley 
explained that two part-time posi- 
tions were being combined to make 
the new position. 

■ "We will try to promote from 
witliin," Haley said. "This is an evo- 
ludon of the finance department. It's 
time to start firming up these posi- 
tions, and.d^isis one of tliem." 



Armed robber visits Midwest Banik 






By Ginny Sloveres 

Staff Reporter 

On Monday around lunchtime, a 
man walked up to a teller at Midwest 
Bank at 2975 Sand Lake Road in 
lindenhurst and demanded money. 
He displayed a large silver handgim 
tliat is presumed to be a semi-auto- 
matic pistol. The teller gave him an 
undisclosed amount of money and 
he left llie bank- 

Tlie man was in his 20s, about six 
feet tall and weighed about 180 
pounds. He was wearinga grayhood- 
ed sweatshirt, a white bandana or 
handkerchief over his face, sunglass- 
es, dark pants, white atliletic shoes 
and black gloves. 

There were eight other bank 
employees, but no customers in the 
immediate area, and no one was 
hurt 

The man walked into a wooded 
area behind tlie bank that stretches 
to the Falling Waters subdivision. A 
Lake County Sheriff's Office canine 
unit was brought in, but the man was 
not found. 

The FBI became involved in tlie 
investigation and is cooperating witli 
local agencies. Tbesday the 
Lindenhurst Police Department 
oiganizecl a search team and combed 




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Ralph Goar, a lindenhurst Police department Investigator, combs the 
field southeast of the Midwest Bank wHh volunteers from the 
lindenhurst Publlc'Works and Police Explores for possible evidence 
left behind from the robbeiy. 



the wooded area looking for evidence 
Commander George Moravec 
led the team in a quadrant searcli, 
walking shoulder to shoulder looking 
for evidence. The Lindenhurst 
Explorer Post assisted the officers. 

After hours of searching fields on 
a very hot day, tlie department's dili- 



gence paid off. 

"We have located a significant 
piece of evidence during tlie search," 
Commander Moravec said. . 

"The FBI will be processing that 
evidence." 

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^ Artist Unda Glass, from Racine, 
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pastels, during the Art Fair 
sponsored by the lakes Region 
Historical Society and the 
Antioch Fine Arts Foundation. 
Visitors to the art fair were able 
to see work by local artist, and 
contrtbute to the historical soci- 
ety and ark f oundaUon. 



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Drinking and driving takes its toll as 
biker crashes on Grass Lake Road 



ByBrendaBalin 

special to Lakeland Newpapers 

It started out as a routine ride- 
along. I was looking for some inter- 
esting dialogue to go with a story 
about some local cops honored for 
their DUI arrest records. Instead, 
the whole point of tlie exercise 
made itself known, graphically. 

By the time tlie evening had 
turned to daybreak, someone was 
hurt, and facing charges. A night 
was lost, but it could have been 
worse. 

It was about 11:15 p.m., 



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Saturday night. Prime time for catch- 
ing DUI offenders. Lindenhurst 
Police Officer Rob Holbach turned 
the squad car onto Grass Lake Road, 
westbound from Route 45. ' 

We were confident. Holbach is 
one of four Lindenhurst officers hon- 
ored by ' the Alliance Against 
Intoxicated Motorists (AAIM) for his 
16 DUI arrests in 2004. 

An SUVapproached> going about 
10 miles under the 45-mph speed 
limit, 

"That might be one," Holbach 
said, explairiing that one of the indica- 
tors for a possible DUI is a driving 
speed at least 10 miles over or under 
the posted limit 

He hung a u-tum, and we cauglit 
up Willi tlie SUV at Route 45. The driv- 
er hopped out and told Holbach that 
he'd just seen a motorcycle go down on 
Grass Lake Road. 

Another u-tum, this time witli col- 
ored ligjits flashing. 

We found a line of stopped cars, 
about 950 feet west of Heritage Drive, 
and in front of them, on its side, a 1980 
Honda motorcycle. 

Anotlier 10 feet ^vest, a man lay Jn 
the road. His arm was sttetched against 
liie pavement. 

The biker, later identified as 
RiclianI Q Faifer, 44, of Spring Grove, 
wore no helmet He had a head injury, 
but was still conscious. He was shout- 
ing and fighting to get up while two 
friends Cwlio had been riding a motor- 
cycle in front of him) held him to the 
ground, trying to keeping him still until 
the EMTk arrived, speaJdng ui^gentiy 
over his shouts. 

"Don't move," tliey said. "We love 
you, please don't mov&" 

A sin^e, wide rivulet of blood 
stieaked tlie road, a line drawn to the 



place where his head made contact 
with asphalt, echoing die wider, darker 
sUipe of oil stretcliing from tlie bike. 

Police questioned Faifer's friends, 
who said they had just come from 
Grizzly's in Antioch, \i^ere Faifer had 
four Margaritas. 

They said he had driven off the 
road, onto the gravel shoulder. The 
road was scored with a white streak 
where tiie Honda's tailpipe had 
dragged on Uie asphalt, as he re- 
entered the roadway. 

Tlien, somehow, he lost control, 
and the bike went down. His friends, 
riding ahead of him, saw the crash and 
returned to help him. 

Liter, Faifer blamed the crash on 
tlie unfinislied shoulder, aItlioug)i he 
had barely missed colliding with a 
bright orange construction sawhorse, 
surmounted by a blinking amber light 

According to police, all three peo- 
ple had alcohol on their breatli. Faifer's 
friends refused to take field sobriety 
tests. 

Limited by personnel constraints, 
police did not press the matter, but 
offered tlie riders the option of having 
their bike towed in lieu of arrest. Tliey 
accepted Uie offer. 

At Condell, Faifer's wife, Janine, sat 
wiUi llieir son, waiting for Uie results of 
aCTscan. 

"Tills was die one ni{^it I didn't go 
riding wth him," Faifer's wife said. She 
had stayed home to be with a visiting 
friend. 

Now, in Uie hospital waiting room, 
she seemed calm, apparenUy unsur- 
prised or upset when told her husband 
would probably be arrested, even as he 
lay in Uie ER. 

Per police procedure, Holbach 
requested Uie hospital to use a "DUI 
kit" — a blood test kit specifically 
designed to be used as evidence. 

Hospital personnel did not appear 
to rusli to make Uiis test happen. We 
waited for nearty Uirce hours, making it 
about four hours since Uie accident 



when a lab teclmlcian finaUy arrived to 
draw blood 

They had taken their own tests 
when Faifer arrived 

There were clear Indications tiiat 
Faffer's blood alcohol concentration 
(BAG) exceeded the .08 standard, and 
Uial cannabis may also have been a 
factor. 

WtUi each passing hour, as hospi- 
tal personnel forgot to order the DUI 
kit, Holbacli became concerned about 
Uie effect Uie delay would have on 
results. 

"Every hour, if no oUier alcohol Is 
imbibed, a normal metabolism bums 
off about .015 BAG. However, even with 
a low BAG, police can press charges 
based on oUier visual and physical evi- 
dence of intoxication. 

Wliile \Nfe waited, Holbacli talked 
about Uie job. He told me Uiat, on tiie 
midniglit shift, about 50 percent of all 
calls, wheUier traffic stops, assaults or 
domestic disputes, are alcohol-related. 

"Wlien you make a DUI arrest, 
people say things like 'You are ruining 
my life,'" he said. "But Uie/re doing it to 
Uiemselves." 

Holbach agreed Uiat the objective 
in DUI arrests is to prevent Uie kind of 
incident we were attending. 

Finally, at nearly 4 a.m., we left Uie 
hospital. Holbach had his DUI kit. The 
Lake Gounty Sheriff's Office traffic 
Investigator had been to Uie scene and 
taken photographs. The scene was 
cleared, and traffic dissipated. Life 
went on. 

Faffer was issued two citations: 
one for DUI and one for driving an 
uninsured motor veliicle. 

He was released on a $3,000 I- 
bond, pending appearance in 
Waukegan courtroom C-402, on Aug. 
23, at 9 a.m. 

According to hospital staff, he had 
"no life-tiireatening injuries." 

"We were lucky," Janine Riifer said. 

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Local bank asks 

community for 

charitable 

support 



f employees at First National 
Bank-Employee Owned 
ffNDEO) seem to be dressed 
a littie casual for bankers, 
tiiere's a good reason. Tlie bank 
will have two casual days for 
employees as a way to raise 
funds for charity. In exchange for 
"a small donation, the employee 
may dress casually. 

The bank is supporting two 
causes Uiis monUi. On Aug. 12 the 
bank will be collecting cash and 
t school supplies to be donated to 
'the Sharing Genter Inc of Kenosha 
County. Sp'iral notebooks, pens, 
crayons, erasers, boxed facial tis- 
sue, black markers, pink and yel- 
low higliligliler niaricers, transpar- 
ent tape, dictionaries, construc- 
tion paper, pencil boxes and 
pouclies will be collected for Uie 
center wlildi provides supplies to 
area school cliildren in need. • 

Tlie second day, Aug. 26, the 
bank will be taking donations for 
the Lupus Foundation. Lupus is a 
chronic potentially life tiireaten- 
ing auto immune disease tiiat can 
cause damage to virtually any 
organ in die body. Of die 2 million 
Americans diagnosed with Lupvis,* 
90 percent are women. 

Customers and community 
members arc welcome to donate 
to tiiese causes at one of FNBEO's 
facilities located at 485 Lake Street 
in Anti'ocJi or36044 N. Brookside 
Drive in Gumee. Tlie bank began 
the We Care program in 1995 and 
has benefited more tiian lOOlndi-. 
viduals and oi;ganizations. 

Por more information on 
FNBEO's Gisual Because We Care 
Progmm, or Gisual Because V\fe 
Care donation rtKupients, contact 
Karen Kiibin at 847-395-3UL 



Congratulations go out to 
Cariy diameriik, 12, and Paige 
Chamerlik, 9, boUi from Antioch, 
along wiUi Uieir NeUieriand Dwarf 
Rabbit, Pixie. 

Cariy and Pixie earned Grand 
Qiampion for Uie dwarf rabbit 
category in the 4H competition at 
the Lake Coimty Fair. Tlie girls are 
part of Uie GumeeThiopers 4H 
Qub. 



Antioch offers many commu- 
nity events during tiie summer, 
and ifyou haven't participated, Uie 
opportunities are getting num- 
bered as the summer passes. Tills 
Sunday take an hour or two and 
visit Uie BBQ or Uie Rescue 
Squad's auction. Donations arc 
always welcome, but at least go for 
the sense of community 

AnoOier opportunity is the ' 
Friday Fest music at tiie Brook 
Memorial Genter on Skidmore. 
Friday die Lakes Area Svidng Band 
will feature songs fit)m the '30s 
and '40s. Mark and Ann Greco will 
be available to teach tiic audience 
howto"Svnng." 



If you have interestiug infor- 
mation or anecdotes to submit for 
"Our Town" call stajf reporter 
Ginny Shveres at 847-223-0161, 
ext. 154 or e-mail, ginnys&lake- 
laudmedia.com 



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August 5-11, 2005 




Local wins Pickard 
scholarship 

Aubri Kinahan of Lake Villa has received 
the Pickard Scholarship to attend Ripon 
College this fall. Kinalian, a graduate of Grant 
Community Higli School is the daugliter of 
Bill and Kathi Kinahan. - 

Ripon College's Pickard Scholarship is tlie 
most prestigious scholarship awarded by tlie 
college. It has been sponsored for decades by 
substantial gifts from tlie Pickard family and 
was started by S.N. Pickard, a Ripon College 
Thislee from 1932 to 1973. TWo additional 
generations have continued the Pickard 
Scholars Program. 

The award was established to enhance 
the finest possible education opportimity for 
deserving men and women, llie intent was 
also to identify, motivate and develop young 
people to become leaders in bringing about a 
richer life and a more just society for them- 
selves and others. 

Tlie Pickard Scholarship requires inter- 
views with faculty at the Ripon OoUege cam- 
pus, an impromptu essay and a thorough 
review of the student's academic credentials, 
community service activities and references. 

UW Parkside 
announces grads 

The University of Wisconsln-Parkside 
proudly announces the Lindenhurst students 



shown below have successfully completed 
their.studies and received diplomas from the 
university following the spring 2005 semester. 
Each student is verified to have earned tlie 
proper number and types of credits required 
to graduate. 

The graduates, their degrees, majors, and 
honors are: Hannali Anderson, Bachelor of 
Arts in Sociology; Steven Behrendt, Bachelor 
of Arts in Political Science; and Kyle 
Tikovitsch, Bachelor of Arts in Theatre Arts, 
Magna Cum Laudc. 

UW-Parkside congratulates these gradu- 
ates and will work witli tliem to fulfill their 
career goals. 

Training Grant Awarded 

Amy Ann Bendall of Lake Villa has been 
named one of 15 students to receive a $7500 
training grant from tlie Illinois State Library. 

To encourage students to make the 
library profession a career, and to promote 
quality library service In Illinois, the Secretary 
of State annually awards up to 15 training 
grants of $7,500 each to students who are 
enrolling in Masters degree programs in an 
accredited graduate library school. 
Recipients must be Illinois residents and 
must work for two years following graduation 
in an Illinois library. 

Tlie 'IVaining Grant program ensures that 
libraries in this state will continue to be 
staffed witli persons who are the most well- 
educated and higlily qualified in tJieir field. 



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A Directory Of 
Antioch Area Churches 

Graceland Baptist Church. 258 Ida SL, Anlloch, IL Sunday Faith Evangdlcdl Lulheran. 1275 Main SI, 





School llarn., Morning Worship 11am., Sunday Evening 7pm. 
Robert Williams, Pastor. 

Rrsl Church ot Christ, Scientist & Reading Rm. Rte 173 

and Harden, AnlJodi, Phone (847) 395-1196, Sunday School, 
Sunday Church Seivice 1030ain, Wednesday. 7:30pni. 

Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church, Missouri Synod, worship- 
ing al AnlJodiiake ViHa Township Cenler, 1625 Deep Lake Rd. 
Paslor Darald Gmen, Phone (847) 285-2450, Sunday Wordiip 
al 9am, Sunday School, iiigh School & Adult Bible Classes 
10:45am. 

Hwllago Lutheran Church. Undenhurst Civic Cenler, 1949 Old 
Elm Rd., Undonhutst. (647) 356-1766. Sunday setvico 10:00 
am, Sunday School & Bible Class 9:00 am. (summer schedule • 
9:00 am Sunday) Rev. Mark W. Anderson, Paslor. 

St, Ignatius Episcopal. 500 Depot SL Anlioch Phone (847) 
395-0652. Low Mass 7:30am., High Mass 9.'30am Sunday 
School & Nursefy 930am, Rev. Vincenl EcWiolm, Pastor. 

Crossvlew Church 

(formerly Anlioch Evangelical Free Church) 

750 Highview Diivo, AntkKh, IL 847-395-4117 Sunday Worship 

Services B.-QOam and 10:303m Sunday School for all ages 

(nurs«ry provkled) Call (or more inlonnation. 

SL Stephen Lutheran Church (ELCA). 1155 Hillside Ave. 
Phone (847) 395-3359. Sunday Worship, 8:00, 9:30, 10:45arn. 
Rev. Roger Black, Paslor. Salurday Worship Semco 5:00pm 

Christian Life Fellowship Assemblies of God Church. 41625 
Deep Lake Rd,. Antioch. Phone (847) 395-8572. Sunday School 
(all ages) 9am., Sunday Morning Worship 10am,, Children's 
Chunih 10am., Sunday Evening Worship 630pm., Wednesday 
Worship S ChiWren's Program 7am., Tues. Women's Fellowship 
& Bible Study 9-11:30am. Jetf Bnjssaly, Paslor. 
Anlioch Baptist Church, 8)7 Holbeck Dr., Antioch. Phone 
(847) 769-5332, Sunday Morning Worship 10:15am., Sunday 
evening Sm'm 6:00pm., Wednesday Biblo Study 7.Wpm, 
Paslor Ken Foster. 



Phone (847) 395-1660. Sunday Worship 8 & 1030am,, 
Sunday School 925am., Mon. Worship 7.'00pm Pastors Gregory 
HermarBon 4 Aaron Christie. Chrislian Day School (847) 395-1664. 

Mlilbum Congregational tJnIted Church of Christ 19073 W, 
Grass Lake Rd. at Rte. 45. Phone (847) 356-5237, Sunday 
Servfces e30am. Eucharist al 10am. Family Worship rath 
Church School and Nurseiv Care. Rev.Jed Watson,, Pastor. 

Antioch United Methodist Church. 848 Main St., An!k)ch. 
Phono (847) 335-1259, Sunday Worship 8 aju and 1030 am. 
ChikJren^ church and Sunday School Mil Groups al 9;15 a.m. 
Nursery care tor diildren through 3 years ol age from 8 (a 11 30 a.m 

SL Peter's Church. 557 W Lake SL, Antoch. Phone (847) 395- 
0274. Masses weekdays, 730am; Sunday 630, 8, 9:30, U;30am 
i Saturday 530pm. Rev, Father Ronakl \\. Anglim, Pastor 

Chairr of Lakes Community Bible Church, 43 W. Grass Lake 
Rd., Lake Villa, www.clcbc.com. PtKine (847) 838-0103. 
Sunday Worship 9:30 and 11 :00. Sunday School. Jr. & Sr. High 
'Youth Programs. Rev. Kerry Bauman, Senior Pastor 

Good Shepherd Lutheran Church (IMIssourl Synod), 25100 W. 
Grand Ave. (Rte. 59 & 132). Lake \fflla. (847) 356-5158. Sunday 
V/orship 6:15 & 10:45am; Sunday School (3 and up) and Bile 
Study 9:30am. Rev. John Zellmer, Pastor. 

Lighthouse Church of Antioch. 554 Parkway Ave.. Anlioch. IL 
(847) 838-0616. Sahirday Evening Service 7:00 p.m. Adventure 
Club for Kids, Adult Bibk) Study Salurday Evening 6:00 p.m. 
Monday Evening Bible Study 750 p.m. Thursday Evening PTSD 
Support Group 7:00 p.m. Senior Pastor Tom Bartmer. 

NorthB ridge Church. A Contemporary Worship 
Experience. Meeting at Antioch Community High School, 1133' 
fjtain SL, Antbch, (847) 838-9370, wwnorlhbridgethufch.org. 
Service Sunday - 10:30am, ChikJren's Classes (K-5) - 1030 
am. Mark Aibrecht, Senwr Paslor. 

Visit OLtr website at: 

www.slranglh.com 

Dan Dugenske, Director 

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By Glnny Skwercs 

StaffReporter 

The Lake County Fair is a lot more than a 
bunch of carnival rides and games. It offers a 
way for members of 4H clubs to highliglit 
some of the activities they take part in all year. 
These are some of the traditional competitions 
that were valued in a more rural way of life. 

Livestock is judged and later sold, culinary 
cooking challenges take place, dairy goat milk- 
ing becomes a final and Uie judging of 4H 
Club projects. 

However, tliere is room in the 4H clubs for 
skills that can be honed to tlie advantage of 
today's young people. 

Natalie Schurdak of Lake Villa took first 
place in the category of "Formal Speech." A 
formal speech must last between four and six 
minutes, and tlie speaker may not use illustra- 
tions or props. Natalie is home-schooled and a 
member of tiic Chain *0 Lakes 4H Club. 

Natalie will take part in die Illinois State 
Fair competition that takes place in 
Springfield from Aug. 13 to 19. Her topic is 
'Abortion and its risks." 

Vicki Brown, director of Youth 
Development Education for 4H, said Natalie 
was the first contestant who spoke on a con- 
troversial topic. She had to work carefully to 
make certain the speech was informational, 
but not persuasive in citlier direction. 

"This was a first," Brown said. "Natalie set 
the pace for a controversial topic, but she fol- 
lowed all tlie guidelines." 

Before contestants committed themselves 




Natalie Schurdak is iioldliig tlie award 
she won In photography for photos she 
grouped as "The Beauty of God's 
Creation." Hils was In addition to her 
first-place award In formal speech that 
will send her to competition at the Illinois 
State Fair. 

to the contest, Uiree workshops were present- 
ed aliead of time, Brown said. This gave tlie 
teens a better idea about die competition. 

Runners-up include Laura Usy of Zion, 
johnny Von Helms of Ingleside and Brian Neal 
ofGurnee. 

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Taking 

FLIGHT 

Ubby Gelander, 
10, Jordan 
Anderson, 10, 
Garrett 

Anderaon, 13, 
all from Antioch, 
enjoy the thrill 
of flying at the 
Lalce County Fair 
in Grayslake. 




Photo b)' i?f frroco Lamlmann 



Gavin Cmtral settlemeiit 
heads to iiial stage 



By Steve Peterson 

Staff Reporter 

Gavin School District Board of Education 
members voted to pursue "final negotiations 
on a settlement" with Boiler Construction and 
Legat Architects regarding tlie closed Gavin 
Central School. 

Gavin School Board President Barb Mende 
read a statement to Umt regard following a 
two-hour closed session on the matter. Gavin 
Central has been closed since March, 2004 
when It was discovered that tliere were faulty 
trusses and other construction problems 
there, llie school was built in 1996. Mende 
said thai the lawsuit against the construction 
and architects and others still stands, 

A representative of Boiler Construction, 
whose backers also huddled at the board of 
education meeting, declined comment. 

Interim Superintendent Dr. Darnell Dick 
emphasized it is important to move forward 
on tlie Central matter. 

"The school community has spoken on 
the matter in the last election and voted for 
people to represent them and decided to 
repair die building," Dick said. 

Hie public had plenty to say as the school 
year draws closer. Students in grades one to 
five will attend Lake Zurich North Middle 
School's old building on Midlothian Road. 

"1 would like to know who will pay the 
increased cost of the premiums for insurance," 



said Robyn Schenning. "Who will examine 
Gavin Central before it is deemed safe?" 

Dick said that job of inspection and certifi- 
cate for occupancy is up to the Lake County 
Regional Superintendent of Education. 
Regional Superintendent Roycealee Wood was 
at die Gavin meeting. 

Resident Bill Richards quesdoned die bus- 
ing schedule to Lake Zurich. Plans are for a 9 
a.m. start. 

"Would there be aides placed on the 
buses," Richard asked. 

"The board is working to provide a safe, 
reliable building. We should look to die 
future," Dick said. 

"is dierc a confidentiality agreement widi 
Boiler and Legat," asked resident Sherry Florian. 
"I would like to see a piiesenlation from Boiler 
and Legat before the repairs start" 
, Gabriel Lojdl asked about taking photos 
before and after Boiler and Legat's work is done. 

'Any contract you make with an individual 
or company should provide die scliool widi a 
before and after photographic record of all die 
individual repairs made to our investment, die 
Central School Building, at no cost to District 37," 
Lojdl said. 

Mende said that a list of exacdy what would 
be done at Gavin Cenmil is in Uie "preliminary 
stages," 

The school board called two special meet- 
ings this week. 

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LICEBEAT 



PersoiBS cSiarged with a crime are innocesit 

until proven guilty In court Information in 

Police Beat comes from police departments. 



ANTIOCH 



Driving without a license 

Barbara Corcoran, of 73 Eagle Point 
Road, Fox Lake, was stopped by police at 5:45 
a.m. July 13 because she had one headlight 
out Police discovered she had no valid dri- 
ver's license and vras breaking two local ordi- 
nances. She also was wanted on a warrant by 
die Illinois State Police Department and was 
held on $300 bond until she made bail. She 
lias a court date of Aug. 24. 

Mattliew C. Nero 284 Anita Terrace, 
Antioch was stopped at 6:06 a.m. July 12 for 
driving without headlights when they were 
required as he drove southbound on 
McMiliarL He was cliarged with driving with- 
out lights, no valid drivers license. He was 



Depot Street has 
new speed limits 

By Ginny SIflveres 

StaJfRcporter 

Village trustees approved a change on 
Monday niglit in the ordinance tliat will allow 
speed limits on Depot Street to be brought into 
alignment. East and west direcdons have had 
different speeds. The speed limit on Depot 
Street vrill be 25 mph in bodi directions 
between Anita Avenue and Route 83, 

Between Anita Avenue and Center Street 
the new speed limit will 30 mph rather than 
the 35 mph. Between Center Street and 
Deep Lake Road, the speed will remain 35 
mph. 

Between Skidmore Drive to Longvlew 
Drive the speed limit reduction to 35 mph will 
remain after the road conditions are back to 
normal. 

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released on personal recognizance and will be 
scheduled to appear in court. 

Michael B. Bobnic, 31, of 5515 W. Lake 
Shore Drive, Wonder Lake, Wis., was stopped 
by police when he ran a red liglit. He was tick- 
eted for disobeying a tralfic control device 
and for driving while his drivers license was 
revoked. He is scheduled to appear in court 
on Aug. 24. 

Andrea N. Brands, 17, of 234 Hickory, was 
stopped on July 22, for not having a light on 
her rear license plate and driving while her 
license was suspended. She was released on a 
personal recognizance bond and is scheduled 
to appear in court on Aug. 24. 

Pamela L. Schoen, 33, of 508 Monroe, 
Ingleside, was stopped at 2:11 a.m. on July 21, 
for disobeying a traffic signal, speeding, 
crossing tlie center line, failure to notify 
Secretary of State's Office for a new address, 
obstruction of a windshield and possession 
of cannabis. She was released on personal 
recognizance. 

Damen D. Facen, of 26356 Grapevine, 
Antioch, was charged at 12:19 on July 21 as 
he traveled westbound of Route 173 at 
Ogden Ave. for not having a rear registration 
light and driving while his license was sus- 
pended. He was released on his own recog- 
nizance, and is scliediiled to appear in court 
on Aug. 24. 

Nicholas E Karas, 20, of 39550 N. 
Woodland, Antioch, was stopped or not hav- 
ing a rear registration light and for driving 
without a license. He is scheduled to appear 
in court on Aug. 10 and was released on his 
own recognizance 

Katherine M. McLaren, 33, of 397 Poplar, . 
Antioch, was stopped for not having a regis- 
tration sticker, driving while her license was 
revoked and driving an uninsured vehicle. 
She is scheduled for court on Aug. 24 and was 
released on personal recognizance bond. 



LAKE VILLA 



No valid driver's license 

Tliomas R. Brunner III, 22, of 26076 West 
Lakeview in Ingleside was charged July 25 
with no driver's license, operating an unin- 
sured motor vehicle and driving with a 
revoked license. He was released on a person- 
al recognizance bond pending a court date 
Sept. 14. 

Jeff Anderson, 38, of 1921 Country Drive 
in Grayslake was charged July 22 witli driving 
with a revoked license and a defective tail- 
light. He was released on personal recogni- 
zance bond pending a court date Sept. 14. 

Jason Carpenter, 31, of 21927 W. 4tli St, in 
Lake Villa was charged July 28 with driving 
with a revoked license. He was released pend- 
ing a court date Sept. 14. 

Thomas Gerstner, 44, of 284 Windsor 
Terrace in Antioch was charged with driving 
with a revoked license. He was released pend- 
ing a court date Aug. 19. 

Theft 

Three vehicles drove away without paying 
for gasoline at tlie Shell Gas Station July 18. 
The vehicles were all different makes and 
models. 

lllesial gambling device 

George Peterson, 69, of Uie Cedar Inn, 1 42 
Cedar Ave, in Lake Villa was cliarged witli pos- 
sessing tliree Ulegal gambling devices, Tlie 
devices \vere all illegal video poker games. He 
was released on notice to appear in court Aug. 
•10. 

Wairant 

Qiaries Miller, 29. of 9626 63rd St. in 
Kenosha, Wis., was arrested for an in-state war- 
rant July 24. He was transported to the Lake 
County Jail. 



MRESIS 



Itie following people have been 
aitested for driving iriicler the 
Influence of alcohol or drugs 

Kevin L. Eddjcig, of Belleville, Hi., was 
ticketed by Antioch Police for speeding, 71 
in a 55 mph-zone, was stopped at Route 
173 near Savage Road at 1:19 a.m. on JiUy 
23. His BAG was . 1 1 1 so he was ticketed , 
for DUI over .08. Police found a vial filled 
wiUi sometliing called "pig sweat" accord- 
ing to Eckberg.lt was something he 
inhaled for a euphoric high, but he said it 
\vas not Gamma Hydroxybutyrate (GHBJ. 
More charges could be filed aJter the sub- 
stance is analyzed. , 

He was released on a personal recog- 
nizance bond and is sdiediiled to appear 
in court on Aug. 16. 

Certetino Garcia Domlngucz, 24, of 

26029 li5tli St., •ftevor, Wis., was seen 
driving his car as it listed as he drove it 
westbound from Tiffany Road to east- 
bound Route 173. He forced a vehicle 
aliead of a squad car off the road. 

He was ticketed for driving 53 mph in 
a 40 mph-zone, failing to have a driver's 
license or insurance, pui at .208, driving 
in tlie wrong lane, impnJper lane usage, 
and failure to wear a seat belL He was 
released on a personal recognizance bond 
and is scheduled to appear in court on 
Aug. 16. 

MartliilLVUlalobosJr., 21, of 1100 

57tli SL, Kenosha was ticketed for failing 
to dim his llglUs, improper lane usage, 
DUI with BAG of .137, and driving while 
his licerise was susperided. He was 
released on personal recognizance and is 
scheduled to appear in court on Aug. 18. 

Leonard J.^Aunonls, 29, of 760 1 
Woodridge Drive, Woodridge, was charged 
witli improper lane usage, DUI, DUI willi 
a BAG above .08 and no proof of insur- 
anca He was released on $300 bond and Is 
scheduled to appear in court on Aug. 16. 



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at the Coliegeof Lake Coiinty to acquire additlBhot 
marketat3le skills. 

Lyrin Rye is aucii a perscji. 
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program was for her. 

, Lyim cpmpletert GLC's certificato in Tocnnic;.! i 
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rm origlnall^from: 

FoxiMKe 

My family and iiets: 

Hiisband, Ken 

OcGuiiatton: 

retired 

I graduated from: 

Gram Community High School 

What I like most about my town: 

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Hobbles: 

crafts, traveling 

F^oiHa Movie: 

"Ghosts ofMississippi" 

Favorite CD or artist 

JoshGroban 

Favorite sports: 

spectator sports! 
i Best local restaurant 

Infmi-Ted 

Favorite home-cooked meal: 

beef stew 

Person I admire most 

Lance Armstrong 

n I had $1 million, I would: 

give half aw^'and then tmvel 

If I liad a plane ttoket to 
anywherej ,Vd go to: 

Australia 



If I had one Wish It wouki be: 

thai the world cpuldfiriddwdy to live 
■" in peace ■ ' 

People uubo knew me as a kid 
vifouldsay: 

She was so skinny 



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Macular Degeneration 

hte snntmr prtsaited by Dr. Steven Rringlms, 
iitdepetuletit, board-certified ophthalmologist 

Macuhr degeneration is the lending cause 

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Staying at home to raise children may 
sound easy, but it can actually be a tiresome 
task. Now moms have a way to escape. They 
can join the Lake Villa /Lindenhurst Mom's 
Club. 

The Mom's Club offers support and 
socialization opportunities for moUiers who 
slay at home to raise their children. Part-time 
and work-at-home motliers are welcome to 
join and can bring'their children to any group 
functions. 

The organization schedules many activi- 
ties. Play groups, daytime outings, babysit- 
ting co-ops and other specialized activities 
happen througliout tlie year. 

Members have even organized groups 
.within the group. There are cooking, scrap- 
booking and workout clubs among oth- 
ers. 

"It's activities that focus on kids," said 
Jean Vargas, president of the Lake 
Villa /Lindenhurst Mom's Club. "We give 
resources for interactions." 

This month the group is collecting 
school supplies that will be donated to 
Children's Hope United and distributed 
around the area. 

"We do (fund-raising) that is fun but 
also raises money as well," she said. 

The Mom's Club is nothing new. A 
stay-at-home mom started the group in 
1983 from California. Today there are 
more than 1,500 Mom's Clubs and 75,000 . 
members in the United States, according 
to the group's Web site, www.mom-. 
sclub.org. 

The group has even spread interna- 
tionally. There are currently groups in 
Canada, Italy and Portugal. 

All chapters are guided by the same 
principles. Women who join must be free 
to choose their personal path to fulfill- 
ment and realize that there is no one 
right way to raise children, but that mem- 
bers have a common concern in raising 
children in a healthful way. 

The number one purpose of the 
group Is to provide support. 

"(The group) gives mothers a chance 
to meet other mothers with children their 
own children's ages," said Christina 
Freindt, coordinator of the Lake 
Villa/Lindenhurst group. "A lot of people 
in the club are new to the area." 

It's not hard to join, one ijierely has to 
go to the Web site or contact the person 
in their local chapter, Freindt said. 

The next Mom's Club of Lake 
Villa/Lindenhurst meeting is scheduled 
for Aug. at 9:30 a.m. at the Betty Russell 
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12:45 p.m., Bingo held Mondays at Uie Senior 
Center. Call 047-395-7120 for details. 



Friday, August 5 

9-1 1:30 a.m., "Circle G Ranch" Vacation Bible 
School at St. Stephen Lutheran Church, 1 155 
Hillside Ave. Mon.-Fri., Aug. 8-12. Ages three-sixth 
grade. To prc-rcgtslcr, call 847-395-3359, 

"Tlie Nerd," last three days, presented by PM&L 
Theatre at 877 N, Main St. For reservations call 847- 
395-3055 or go to ww\v.pmltheatre.coni. 

9 a.m.. Senior Coffee Hour held at Salem 
Community Library, 24615 fl9th St., Salem, Wise. 
Cxiftcc, heallljy snacks, programs for seniors and 
good conversation. Please call 262-843-3340 f. 

7:30 a.m.. Lake Co. Chamber of Commerce net- 
workers group meets at the Gumec Hampton Inn. 
Call 047-249-3800 for infomiation. 

Sahirdayi August 6 

10 a.m.-noon, AFFTER (Advocates for Fibromyalgia 
Funding, TYcalment Education and Research) 
FMS/CFS/Lupus support group first Saturdays at 
Antioch's Community BIdg., 084 Main St. Call Shari 
at 847-362-7807 or go to wwwAFFTER.org. 

Sunday, August 7 

Noon-3 p.m., 'Hie Meeting House Museum, is open 
first Sundays. Sec original photos of Antioch and a 
veterans' exliiblt of photos and memorabilia from 
die Civil War Uirou^i the Gulf War. 

1 1 am.-7 p.m., Lake County Folk Festival, in the 
barn at Faulus Park, Lake Zurich, cost side of Rand 
nd./Rt 12, just nortli of Rt. 22. Rain or cold. Learn 
more at thclakccountyfalkclub.org. 

Noon-3 p.m., The Meeting House Museum Is open 
first Sundays. See original photos of Antioch and a 
veterans' exliibit of photos and memorabilia from 
tlie Civil War througli the Gulf War. 

7-9 p.m., Open gym Sundays at Antioch 
Community Hi^ School. $2. Adults only 

Monday, August 8 

9:30 a.m., Moms' Club of Lake Villa/Lindenhuist 
meets at Betty Russell Park, Gumee. Scliool sup- 
plies will be collected lo donate to Children's Hope 
United and to needy area children. Children wel- 
come. Call Hrin Beats at 847-546-1545. 

Community support group or women who are 
dealing domestic abuse meets in Antioch. All are 
welcome. No fees. Call A Safe Place at 047-249-4450 
or go to asafcptaceforhelp.org for infomiation. 



7-9 p.m., Lakes Area Community Band rehearses at 
ACHS. Call Debbie Davis at 847-395-0272 . 

9:30-11:30 a,m., Prairie Patch Quilting Guild meets 
in Grayslake. Call 047-223-5759. __ 

Tuesday, August 9 

Noon, Kiwanis Club of Antlocli meets at Bacchus 
Restaurant. Public welcome. Call Melissa at 847- 
403-0044 ore-mall her at mjrigant@hotmail.com. 

6:45 p.m., Bingo 1\iesdays, Antioch VFW. Doors 
open 4:30 p.m. Call 847-395-5393 for information. 



Noon, Lake Co. Retired Teachers' A'^ociatlon meets 
in Ubcrtyville. Lake Co. teachers and retired teach- 
ers are invited. Call 847-362-5813 to learn more. 

6:30 p.m., Lake Co. Illinois Genealogical Society 
meets in Mundclcln. Call MaryJoVepIeyat847- 
623-6710 or Bobbie Briggs at 047-816-8074. 

Wednesday, August 10 

8 a.m., American Business Women's Association 
meets at Keller Williams Realty on Rt. 83 (soutli of 
Rt. 173). Call Nancy at 847-838-6500. 

6 p.m., CPR classes sponsored by Antioch Rescue 
Scjuad, held at Squad BIdg., 035 Holbeck Dr. $5. Call 
847-395-5511 to Icam more. 

6:30 p.m., Ibke Off Pounds Sensibly at Senior Cen- 
ter, 017 Holbeck Dr. Call Dorotliy Stark at 847-395- 
7407 or Betty Mullcr at 847-838-3907 for details. 

Ttiursdayj August 11 

12-30-2 p.m., "Each Day Cbmes Bearing Gifts," La- 
dies' Umchcon, Christian Women's Connection at 
TVvin Oaks (Country Inn, Wilmot, Wis. For reserva- 
tions, call 847-265-0446. Nursery upon request. 

7:30 p.m., Village of Antioch Planning and Zoning 
Boaid meets second Tliursdays at the Municipal 
BIdg., 874 Main St. Call 847-395:1000 to confirm. 

6:30 p.m., National Alliance for tlic Mentally III sup- 
port group meets in Waukegan. Ciill 847-377-8180. 

Friday, August 12 

7 p.m., "A Way Out," an AA group for gays, lesbians 
and straights, meets hi Ubcrtyville. Call (email) 
Linda West at 847 735-1230 (Lcwestl@>'alioo.com). 

Saturday, August 13 

8:30 a.m., Singles (ages 55+) Breakfast Group meets 
In Gurnee. Call Chuck 847-362-5458 for details. 

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Neuhaus went into a rage and started to 
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slashed at the man, police said. The two 
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Fresh off an appearance at an end-of-the- 
school year fine arts festival, the Assemble 
Dance "itoop for senior citizens went riglit to 
work. 

Tlieir goal was to do well at tlte Lake 
County Fair's Annual Adult Talent Show in 
Grayslake. On a sweltering hot stage Sunday, 
the group did just do tliat, taking home run- 
ner-up honors! The group had to qualify for 
the Lake County Fair and was one of five 
groups to win places. 

Members were decked out in straw hats 
and red scarves. The group will be together tow 
years tliis fall. Tlie group works out at tlie Fox 
Lake studio, more intensely when competition 
nears, 

Julie Steffens of Wildwood said she likes 
being part of the group. 

"We're just glad to do it. I love it," said Judy 
Lebora, a retired teacher. Lebora thanked tlie 
dedicated group of teachers for getting tlie 
group Uiis far along. They gave their instructor 
Jennifer Della-Peruta a $150 check. 



"It's a wonderful group of ladies," said Barb 
Kossel of Undenhurst 

Roz Smilli said, "It's like family." 

Lucy Malloy and Donna McGce are also in 
the group. 

The Assemble's youtli group that won the 
Fair competition last year to advance to the 
Illinois State Fair performed Saturday night. 
Many said that they are still the best, the sen- 
ior group said. 

Bob Vasllumstad of Lake Villa took home 
third place. The 81-year-oId sang songs. "My 
favorite are Frank Sinatra songs," he said. 
'lAlthougli I have to change tlie wording of 'The 
Lady is a Tramp,"' he said. 

He sang in high school and played back- 
up guitar for the Jazz Spectrum. 

T^mera Anderson won the first place hon- 
ors and Desiree Russell took home fourth. The 
group The New Element won fifth. 

Meanwhile, Kyle Ogden was busy wrap- 
ping up the fair, as the Antioch resident and 
Chain 0' Lakes 4-H club member showed 
steer and pigs. "Tlie best part is getting ready 
for tlie shows," he said. 

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Lake Villa District Ubnuy Youth Services 
Associate Elisa Guffier has been named one of 
15 students to receive a $7500 training grant 
from tlie Illinois State Library. Gueflier, a resi- 
dent of Antioch, has been employed by tlie 
library since August, 2002. She is cunrenUy 
enrolled in tlie LEEP program at tiie Graduate 
School of LTorary and Information Science, 
University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign 

Training Grant Awards 

Secretary Wliite also announced this week 
that 15 students from Illinois have been 
named recipients of 2005/2006 Secretary of 
State/ Illinois State Library Training Grants. 

lb encourage students to make tlie library 
profession a career, and to promote quality 
library service in Illinois, the Secretary of State 
annually awards up to 15 training grants of 
$7,500 each to students who are enrolling in 
Masters degree programs in an accredited 
graduate library school. Recipients must be 
Illinois residents and must work for two years 
following graduation in an Illinois library. 
Grant funding is provided to tlie Illinois State 
Library from federal Library Services and 
Teclinology Act (LS1A) funds awarded by tlie 
Institute for Museum and Library Services. 

The students selected for 2005/2006 
TYaining Grants are: 



Oiristine /L Aden of Moline, who will pursue 
her Master of Library and Infomiation Sciences 
degree at tlie University of Wisconsin-Madison. 

Amy Ann Bendall of lindenhurst, \*o will 
pursue her MLS degree at llie University of 
Wisconsin-Milwaukee. 

Steven I. Carmody of Urbana, who will pur- 
sue his MLS degree at Dominican University in 
River Forest. 

Dou^as lacker Dediow of Naperville, who 
will pursue his MLS degree at llic University of 
Illinois at Urbana/Champaign. 

John Raymond Fisdier of Bloomington, U of 
I at Urbana/Champaign. 

Stephanie Shartel Gray of Chicago, 
Dominican University. 

Elisa Dorothy Gueffier of Antioch, U of I at 
Urbana/Qiampaign. 

Fenesha Nicole Hubbard of Chicago, 
Dominican University. 

Patrick Henry McDonald III of Arlington 
Heights, U of I at Urtjana/Qiampalgn. 

Jennifer A. Notborgof OakPark, Dominican 
University. 

Catlierine Betli Oedewaldt of TVemont, U of 
I at Urbana/Cliampaign. 

' TIlTany Lynn Tbibeck of Vandalia, U of I at 
Urbana/Qiampaign. 

Jessica L Westphal of Chicago, Dominican 
University. 

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Bennett, one of Chicago's premier male vocal- 
ists, Tony Andriacchi, will again be following 
in tlie footsteps of Bennett, the living legend, 
Andriacchi will be making his debut at the 
Ravinia Festival the same weekend Tony 
Bennett will also be performing at the festival. 

Praised by WGN Radio's 
Rick Kogan as "incredibly "tal- 
ented" and "amazing" 
Andriacchi will be perfonning a 
special concert program of tlie 
American popular songbook, 
celebrating die 101st anniver- 
sary of llie Ravinia Festival, on 
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Ravinia's 101 Birthday 
Bennett, having opened for him Celebration Aug. 21 
at Summerfest Chicago in tlie 
1980s, when he was just beginning his music 
career. He has also been compared favorably to 
the popular singer. Since Uiat Ume, Andriacclii 
has made his indelible mark on tlie Chicago 
music scene having perfomied at some of the 
city's premier nightclubs including Tlie Pump 
Room, Green Dolphin Suieel, Byfield's, Tlie Back 



Room, Davenport's, Orphan's and Uie Playboy 
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Happy Birdiday Ravinia! will be a day of 
music and family aclivides. In addition to per- 
formances by Andriacchi and the Chicago' 
Symphony, there will be entertainment 
diroughout the day, including The 5 Browns, 
brother-a n d -sister piano sensa- 
tions. There will also be activities, 
crafts, carnival rides, games, and 
much more! There is a special 
admission price of 25 cents and 
there are no advance sales. Gates 
to die park open at noon and a 
donation of non-perishable foods 
for local charitable groups 
would be appreciated. 
Pavilion tickets for the 5 
p.m. performance will 
be available from the 
Ravinia box office 
beginning when the 
park opens at noon (litnit 
4 per person on a first come basis). 
Ravinia is located at 200 Ravinia Park Road, 
Highland Park. 

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peaches this time year to be sweeter and juicy 
than imported winter peaches. Peaches do not 
get any sweeter once picked; they do get softer 
and juicier, but never sweeter. Look for peacli- 
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1 1 a.m.. to 4 p.m. This family event features All 
You Can Eat fresh Peach pancakes with real 
whipped cream from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. on 
Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Free activities 




include live entertainment throughout the 
day, live beehive and pollination exliibit, farm- 
yard animals to visit. Kid's Corral play area, 
Cool Cow Maze, an Amish built wooden play 
train and new this year tlie "Golden Goat 
Bridge". In addition, for a charge, tliere will be 
hayrides through the 11,000 apple tree 
orchard and Enchanted Forest, hand-lead 
pony rides, mini train rides on the Appleland 
Express miniature train, pedal cart rides, and 



barnyard mini golf, on Friday, Saturday and 
Sunday. 

If Peaches and Cream are what you crave, 
you can build your own Peach Shortcake with 
real whipped cream. Juicy, fresh picked 
Peaches will be available for purchase in the 
Orchard Market, along with Peach jams and 
preserves. Assorted Peach thermed gifts on 
sate in the Gift Shop and delicious fresh Peach 
pies, Peach Cmmb Cake will be on sale in the 
Bakery. 

Bring your appetite; The Countiy Picnic 
Cookout will feature apple wood grilled brats, 
19 hamburgers, hot dogs and chicken. Plus, 
fire roasted Corn on the Cob. Try a fresh 
Peach sundae, shake or malt in the lee 
Cream Parlor. Apple Holler U - Pick 
Apples are also now available. 

Apple Holler is located in Racine 
County', on West Frontage Road, off 1-94, 
just south of Milwaukee, between Hwy. 1 1 
(Exit 3 3 5) and Hwy. KR {Exit 3 3 7). For 
additional information call 262- 006-0500 
or visit appleholler.com. 



Hall & Oates cancel Genesee Theatre show 



The Genesee Theatre, in conjunction with 
Star Productions announced the cancellation 
of the rescheduled Aug, 12 performance of 
Hall & Oates. All current dates in tlie Hall & 
Oates tour have been cancelled. 

Ticket holders can return to their point of 
purchase for a refund (processing fees will not 
be refunded). 

You can't keep a good man down, even 
when he's been afflicted with a serious dis- 
ease. Just six weeks after being diagnosed 
with Lyme Disease, a serious tick-borne ill- 
ness, Daryl Hall is on his feet and ready to get 
back on the road with partner John Oates. 
Following several weeks of well-needed rest 
and having undergone the first sbc weeks of an 
intensive four months of antibiotic treat- 
ments, Daryl Hall is expected to fully recover. 

The chart-topping soul duo Daryl Hall & 
John Oates were forced to cancel all of tlieir 
July dates on their summer tour and have 
rescheduled Toledo Aug. 6, Chicago Aug. 8 



and CI. Aug. 9 in support of their current 
album Our Kind of Soul. Other re-scheduled 
dates in Columbus, Ohio Aug.ll, Waukegan, 
Aug. 12, Apple Valley, Minn. Aug. 13 were 
forced to be cancelled for a second time due to 
follow-up testing needed to confirm Hall's 
recovery. ■ i 

Daryl Hall and John Oates are slated to be 
back on the road full time in late August. They 
will be joined by special guest Todd 
Rundgren, starting Aug. 23 at Bank of America 
Pavilion in Boston Ihrougli Sept. 2 at the 
Foxwoods Casino in Mashantucket, CI". A full 
tour listing can be found at www.hallan- 
doates.com www.hallandoates.com. 

Hall attributes his road to recovery to early 
diagnosis, intense antibiotic tlicrapy, and rest. 
He thanks everyone for their get well wishes 
and kind words of support. 

For more information contact Michelle 
Wilmoth at the Genesee Theatre at 847-406- 
3153. 




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Ao yrgent letter 
from Iraq 



Is the Infamous "Tokyo Rose" of WWII 
alive and well in Iraq? It's as if the U.S. 
press is being run by an enemy propa- 
ganda machine broadcasting morale 
busting messages to another generation of 
Americans at vrar, like the silver tongued 
Japanese ladies on tiie air waves during the ■ 
last worid war. 

And God forbid one of the press's own 
buck die trend of horrific headlines by saying 
something positive about U.S. efforts in Iraq. 
Editorial writer Mark Yost of tlie St. Paul 
Pioneer Press did just that recently and was 
prompUy pilloried for "embarrassing" his fel- 
low journalists. 

Well let's just say I'm not a journalist, just 




Leslie Glazier-Werner 

LESON 
LIFE 



an American fortu- 
nate to read a letter 
passed along to me 
by Charles Mionske 
of Island Lake. 

In this letter. 
Captain Gary Selof 
of tlie 224tli Combat Engineering Battalion 
stationed in Ramadi, Iraq writes 

In recent e-mails witli some folks back 
home (Gary is pastor of a church in Gilbert, 
Iowa and wife Tracy hails from Island Lake) 
I'm told that support for the war is waning in 
theU.S. 

The question becomes are we winning? I 
have to admit that sometimes it doesn't feel 



like it. I am sick of hearing of deatli; I am sick 
of soldiers and marines dying on the streets 
of Iraq because a bomb was hidden in the 
ground or some insane person decided to run 
his explosive-laden automobile into one of 
our convoys. I am tired of looking at news on 
the Internet and seeing only bad accounts of 
what's happening over here. Do tlie soldiers 
want to go home? You bet we do. However, 
we also believe we're making a difference 
here we are helping the people who've never 
had tlie freedom we have become free. That 
is important. ' 

I was talking to our interpreter the other 
day— he's an Iraqi citizen— He told me to 
think about a few months ago when all we 
heard on tlie news was die difflculties in 
Mosul. He reminded me that Mosul is jiretty 
quiet now because of what the coalition 
forces tUid more importantly the newly- 
trained Iraqi forces have done in the area. 

Last summer we heard so much about 
Fallujali, we don't hear about Fallujali anymore. 



Now all we hear about is Ramadi I believe die 
spike in deaUis in Ramadi is due to the fact 
that the insurgents are running scared. They 
know Uiey're losing ground and are doing all 
they can to frighten us into giving up and 
causing the American people to lose hope. 
They are smart people, Uicy see American 
television and know what will get reported on 
the news. 

Are we winning this war against the 
insurgents? 1 think so. We are the stabilizing 
force holding this country logetlier right now. 
We must keep on keeping on until the job is 
done. I only ask that you keep praying for the 
military personnel that are over here. Every 
day I'm thankful for tlie support and prayers 
of the American people on behalf of the sol- 
diers, marines, sailors and almien involved in 
this conflict. 

So let's stop screaming Uiat the sky is 
falling and start praying. 

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Mis new cook- 
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Yamaguchi's unique 
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local ingredients, assertive Asian spices, 
European-influenced sauces and leclmiques 
and Uie traditions of Hawaii and ilie I'an-Pacific 
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tliemsclves willi vicariously enjoying a number 
of tlic cIicFs specialties, since some of llie Ilsh 
(monchong, ono, oi)ah) called for just aren't 
readily available in tliis part of tlie country. 

One appetizer, Minced Shrimp and 
Macadamia Nut Appetizer witli Crisp Pineapple, 
fumed out exceedingly well and brought back 
distant memories of a trip to Hawaii. Depending 
"on your oven, the cooking time lo dry out and 
brown the pineapple rings may take consider- 
ably longer ilian Yamaguchi suggests. Also, we 
found that a few drops of Tabasco more than 
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Crisp pineapp le: 
2 cups sugar 
2 cups water 

1 smalt pineapple, peeled, 
cored and very finely 
sliced (about 1/2 in) 

Shrimp; 

2 tsp. olive oil 



1 lbs. shrimp, peeled and 
firmly diced 

1 small avocado, halved, 
pitted, peeled and diced 

2 TbI. minced sweet 
white onion 

1 TbI. thawed frozen 
passion fruit concentrate* 
1 tsp. finely sliced scalHan 



(green parts only) 

1 tsp. minced fresh 

cilantro 

1 tsp. Taliasco sauce, 

or to taste 

Salt and freshly ground 

black pepper 

1/4 cup macadamia 

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prepare tlic pineapple, combine die sugar 
and water in a saucepan and stir to dissolve 
die sugar. Bring to a 

boil over higli heat, decrease die heal to 
low and simmer for S minutes. 

Add die pineapple slices and simmer 
for about 10 minutes, or until translucent. 
Carefully remove with a slotted spoon and 
drain on paper towels. 

Transfer the pineapple slices to a bak- 
ing sheet lined wiUi parchment paper and 
bake for about 20 minutes, or until dry on 
top and golden brown on die edge. Turn 
the slices over and bake 20 minutes longer, 
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iicavy nonstick saute pan or skillet over 
medium-higli licat. Add the shrimp and 
stir-fry for 45 seconds to 1 minute, or unUl 
evenly pink. Transfer to 

a bowl and add the tomato, avocado, 
onion, passion fruit concentrate, scallion, 
cilantro. Tabasco and salt and pepper to 
taste. 

Mix well, spoon onto warmed bowls 
and sprinkle with the macadamia nuts, 
serve wldi die pineapple wedges. 

* Passion fruit concentrate may be hard 
to locale; luc substituted the juice from an 
orange and Italfa lime. 

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A twist oil the classic 
Green Bean Casserole. 

can (10 3/4 ounces) Campbell's 
Condensed Cream of - 
Broccoli Soup 
cup milk 

bag (16 ounces) frozen veg 
etable combination, thawed 
and drained, such as broccoli, 
cauliflower and carrots 
1 1/3 cups French's French 
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Mix soup. milk, vegetables and 2/3 cup 
fried onions in 2-quart casserole. 

Bake at 375"^ for 30 to 35 minutes or 
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Silr. Sprinkle with remaining fried 
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Tlie traditional classic, doubled 
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2 cans (10 3/4 ounces 

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1 cup milk 

2 teaspoons soy sauce 
1/4 teaspoon ground black 



pepper 
8 cups cooked cut green 

beans 
2 2/3 cups French's French 

Fried Onions 

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3-quart casserole. 

Bake at 350°P for 25 minutes or unUl 
hot. 

Stir. Sprinkle with remaining onions. 
Bake 5 minutes. 

Serves 10 



Swiss Vegetable Medley 

A saucy variation of the classic • 
Green Bean Casserole 



1 can (10 3/4 ounces) Campbell's 

Condensed Cream of Mushroom Soup 

1/3 cup sour cream 

1/8 teaspoon ground black pepper 

1 bag (16 ounces) frozen vegetable 

combination^ thawed and drained 

1 1/3 cups French's French Fried Onions or 
French's Cheddar French Fried Onions 

1 cup shredded Swiss cheese, divided 

Mix soup, sourcrcam, black |)cp|)cr, vegetables, 2/3 
cup fried onions and 1/2 cup cbecse in 2-quart casse- 
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Bake at 350T for 30 minutes or until hot. Stir. 
Sprinkle vvidi remaining cheese and onions. Bake 5 
minutes. 

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teaspoon frostily ground 

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anchovy fillets, cut In bits or 2 

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cup shreddod Patmesan cheese 

cup Restaurant Stylo Croutons, 

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Broken Flowers: It is apparent 
from the opening scones ihai writer- 
director Jim Jarmusch wrote tliis 
script expressly for Bill Mtirray. The 
role of the expressionless, "over-tlie- 
hill Hon Juan" fits Murray like a 
glove, Ills passive reac- 
tion to his circumstances 
reminiscent of his laud- 
ed portrayal in "Lost in 
Translation." (R) 

Murray is Don Johnston C'that's 
Johnston with a 't\"he dryly corrects 
snickering newcomers), a wealthy 
loner whose fortune sprang from 
computers and whose recent misfor- 
tune is the departure of girlfriend 
Jidie Delpy, who needs to "figure 
things out." 

Murray is jolted from his stupor 
with the arrival of an unsigned, 
pink-enveloped letter, informing 
him of the imminent arrival of an 
imknown l^-year-old son. Actually, 
Don is never jolted from anything. It 
is his neighbor, Winston Geffrey 
Wright), an enthusiastic amateur 
sleuth, who encourages Murray to 
solve ti\e mystery by visiting four old 
girlfriends. Seemingly blah about 
this whole notion, Murray nonethe- 
less embarks on this road trip armed 
with Winston's advice~"always 
bring pink roses," "look for a type- 
writer," and his friend's homemade 
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The Edukators: is a provocative 
political thriller from Germany 
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Peter and Jan select the addresses of 
weakhy people from a yacht club 
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big city. His dream was a nightmare 
and altliougli he's returning home 
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accept him back into Uie family. 
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aUempts, unsuccessfully at first, to 
land a kill. Duma must be able to 
hunt and interact wttli his species 
in order to live. Young newcomer 
Alex Michaeletos, who plays Xan, 
has an easy, natural way wiUi the 
cheetalis used in the film, as he has 
a pet cheetali of his own. 

In between the human drama, 
tliere is a story about wild life in 
Africa. Much of tlie film is like being 
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snakes, lions, giraffes, crocodiles, 
elephants and wild boar. 

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For a program calendar or additional 
information about your Lake County Forest 
Preserves, call 847-367-6640 and request a free 
copy of the Horizons quarterly newsletter or 
visit on-line at www.LCFPD.org. 

About the lake County Forest Preserves 

The Lake County Forest Preserves iiiamgcs 
24,955 acres of land and offers innomthn: education- 
al recreational and cultural opportunities for all 
ages. Facilities of special interest include 
Independence Grove near Libcrtyvlllc, liycrson 
Conservation Area near Dcerfield, Lake County 
Discover}' Museum near Wauconda, Grccniictt 
Cultural Center near Waukegan, and TlmnderHawk 
Golf Club near Beach Park. 



Spend summer momings 
wortdng In the outdoois 

Spend summer momings out- 
doors in your ncigliborliood. pre- 
serve or venture out to otlier pre- 
serves llirougliout.tlic county by 
becoming a Conservation 
Volunteer. Opportunities are 
available nearly every weekend 
yenr-roimd, and are an oppor- 
tunity to give back to the envi- 
ronment and enjoy camaraderie 
Willi other dedicated volunteers. 

Volunteers assist with the 
removal of ecotic plants that choke 
out native species. No prior experience is 
necessary and all ages are invited. Volunteers 
should dress for the weather, wear long pants 
and sturdy shoes or boots, and bring work 
gloves. Groups or four or more should call ahead 
to 

B47-968-3329 so that Forest Preserve stalT can 
make certain there will be enough equipment for 
everyone. 

For a program calendar or additional infor- 
mation about your Lake County Forest Preserves, 
call 847-367-6&10 and request a free copy of the 
Horizons quarterly newsletter or visit on-line at 
www.LCFPD.org. 




Register online for Forest 
Preserve shetteis, dog areas 
and Programs 

Tlie Lake County Forest Preserves' 
website, wvvw.IXFPD.org, now offers 
online registration for Forest Preserve 
picnic shelters, dog exercise areas and 
educational programs, 

"Allowing people to reserve a shel- 
ter or buy a dog exercise area permit 
online anytime of the day or week vdW 
be a great convenience," said Bonnie 
Thomson Carter, President. "We 
expect that it also will Increase atten- 
dance for our award-winning Forest 
Preserve hikes and programs about 
nature and history." 

The new online reservation and registration 
system is the latest addition to die Lake Qiunty 
Forest Preserves' comprehensive website at 
www.LCFPD.org. Tlie website hosted nearly 60,000 
visitors during June and anotlicr 70,000 visitors dur- 
ing July. RcscrvaUons and permits will continue to 
also be available in-person and by telephone, fax 
and mail. 

For picnic shelter reservations, dog exercise 
area registradon and other permit sales, please visit 
online at www.LCFPD.org or call the General Offices 
of tlie Lake County Forest Preserves at 847-367- 
6640. 

Program calendars and registration informa- 
tion arc available online or by calling the Program 
Registration OfTicc at 847-968-3321. 

Eco Adventurers Camp 

Aug. 5, 9 ajn. to 12 p.m. 

Creepy crawlicst Spend a week 
exploring the habitats of dragonllles, 
slugs, worms and crayFish. Scoop 
ponds, search prairies and dig in the 
din for clues to who really rules the 
world! Certified by the American 
Camping Association. 

Class meets Monday 
througli Friday 

Where: Ryerson Conservation 
Area (Deorficld) 

Who: Children entering grades 
3or4 

Cost S96 ($69 for iJike County 
residents) per child 
1 Registration and pre-pay- 

' mcnt required. Register using this 
form or by calling fM7-968-332L 




Summer Postcard Show 

The Curt Teich Postcard 
Archives and Greater Chicago 
Productions arc hosting a postcard 
show at tlie Lake County Discovery 
Museum. The show will feature quality 
mctchandlse for sale and free postcard 
appraisals. Greater Chicago 
ProducUons, P.O. Box 595, Lisle, IL 
60532, Chicagoshow@aol.com. 

Friday- 10 am -6 pm 

Satmittay-lO am - 4 pm 

Early bird - B:30 am botli days (addi- 
tional charge) 



Show admission S4 per day or free with new 
Museum membership. Museum admission S6 per 
day or free to members. 

When: August 5 

10a,m. -6p,ni. 
Where: Curt Teich Postcard Archives 

(Wauconda) Lake County Discovery 

Musctnn (Wauconda) 
Who: FamilicsAdults 
Cost; $4 show; $6.00 adult Museum admission 

Forest Fitness 

August 6, 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. 

Explore your Forest Preserves while getting into 
shape! Tlicrc will be no slops on these Saturday 
morning \valks, just an hour's worth of heart-pump- 
ing exercise. 



Where: Lyons Woods (Waukcgan) 
Wlio: All ages Invited 

Cost: $2 ($1 for Lake County residents) 
per person 

No registration or prepayment required. 
Questions? Call 847-968-3321. 

Going Batty 

August 6, 7:30 to 9 p.m. 

For a real treat, join us at dusk to view a colony 
of bats. As these winged manimats 
awake and emerge from their 
home, our naturalist will amaze 
you Willi the story of their lives. 

Where: Lakcwood (Wauconda) 



Who: Adults and families with chidrcn 6 

years and older 
Cost: S7 (S5 for Lake County residents) 
per person 
Registration and prc-paymcnl required. 
Register using this fonn or by calling &17-968-332I. 



Sights & Sounds at Ryerson Woods 

August 7, S p.m. to 9 p.m. 

Join us for the third annual celebration of art, 
music and nature at Ryerson Woods. Each evening 
includes an art opening where you'll view the work 
and meet the artist. Tlicn head outdoors for an 
informal nature talk by a Forest Preserve naturalist. 
Finish the evening with music under the stars. Bring . 
a blanket and picnic dinner or prc-ordcr a 
basket from Wlioie Foods Market. 

Expanding the traditions of landscape art, Jin 
Lee uses Chinese scrolls and the female human 
presence to create a new photographic dialogue. Art 
Opening 5 to 7 p.m.. Moving between jazz and clas- 
sic.ll guitar. Baroque and SouUi American music, the 
Farced llaque Group entertains in a spectrum of 
styles. Concert. 7 to 9 p.m. 

Where: Ryerson Conservation Area (Dcerfield) 
Cost: $10 per event or $25 for the scries of three 

Call 047-960-3321 for tickets. Group prices are 
available, call for information. A limited number of 
tickets will be available at the door for $15. 
Download a picnic basket order form here. 

Squirrels of Lake County 

Aug. 7) lOto 11:30a.m. 

How much do you know about your backyard 
buddy? Is ho a friend or foe? Wliat role docs the 
squirrel play in the web of life? Leam in this fun for 
all ages interactive and informative program. 

Where: Grant Woods (Lake Ma) 
Who: All ages invited 
Cost: $7 ($5 for Lake County residents) per per- 
son 

Registration and pre-payment required. 
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Rock Lightning USA and STS Concert 
Sound will present Foreigner live in concert on 
Aug. 27, at Gait Airport, on Greenwood Road 
just north of Woodstock. Gates open at 5 p.m. 
Show starts at 7 p.m. Guest appearance will 
be by Bad Company former lead singer Brian 
Howe. 

Formed in 1976, Foreigner is no stranger 
to meteoric global success. Signed to Adantic 
Records, Foreigner's debut self-titled 1977 
album was a spectacular success worldwide, 
yielding the quintessential hard rock hits, 
"Feels Like Tlie First Time," and "Cold As Ice" 
and assuring their passport to superstardom. 
Since then, Foreigner's midas touch has never 
failed tliem. 

Tliroughout the 70s and 00s, Foreigner 
were universally hailed as one of tlie most 
popular rock acts in Uic world, racking up 
scores of smash hits, multi-platinum albums, 
and sold out concert tours. From "Cold As Ice" 
to "Mot Blooded," "Urgent" to "Jukebox 
Hero." "Waiting For A Girl Like You" to die 
chart topper "I Want To Know Wlial Love is," 
Foreigner's thrilling mix of blustery blues and 
impeccably crafted pop continues to captivate 




Foreigner will be performing live along with 
Guest appearance by Bad Company for- 
mer lead singer Brian Howe on Aug. 27. 

generadon after generadon of music fans. 

-"I had no idea at the beginning what 
Foreigner would become," Mick Jones said. 
"It's amazing. Back when I started the band, I 
was at a crossroads in my life, whedier I was 
going to carry on in music or get a real Job, So 
thirty years later, we've done pretty well for 
ourselves. What's been great is tliat I've real- 
ized that the music has touched a lot of people 
worldwide. Unwittingly we've weaved into tlie 
fabric of people's lives. Tliat our music has 
brought a lot of comfort and happiness is one 
of the best rewards. It's remarkable when you 
set out to write the songs you have no idea 
where diey'U lead to." 

Now in 2005, it feels like the first time 
again. 

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Giddy^CrFToh' to Midway Village & Museum Center on Aug. 13 and 14 from noon to 5 p.m. 

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Midway Village and Museum Center hosts 
Wild West Days on Aug. 13 and 14 from noon 
to 5pm. Admission is $6 for adults and $3 for 
children 3 to 17. Members are always free. 
Admission also includes visiUng die Museum 
Center, tlie Museum Store, tlie Old Dolls' 
House Museum, and Mlllhouse on Lake 
Severin . 

Hear die tall tales of die Wild West and 
experience the excitement as over 100 cos- 
tumed re-enactors tnuisform Midway Village 
into a typical Wild West town of the late 
1800's. Expect to see conflict erupt between 
lawmen and outlaws, prospectors and claim, 
jumpers. 

Stroll througli the viUage and meet die'cit- 
izens, watch a shootout on Main Street, wit- 
ness a bank robbery or two, set a spell in die 
canteen or take a wagon ride. 

Features for Uie \^ole family: 

• Stagecoach and wagon rides 



• Storytellers widi plenty of "tall tales" 

• Kiddie Cowboy Parade - all children 
dressed In Wild West attire can march in 
the parade. 

• An old-fashioned melodrama performed 
in our Hotel 

• Affordable sandwiches, snacks & bever 

ages in our Town Hall 

• • Quick draw competitions 

• Old-fashioned games and contests 
for kids 

• A hands-on campsite for tots 

• Live music 

Midway Village & Museum Center is 
located at 6799 Guilford Road, in 
Rockford, one mile north of East State 
(Business 20) just off 1-90. Take Perryville 
Road north and take a left on Guilford 
Road. 

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This torloise-shcll 
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on what to look for. 

"The first Indication of a good animal 
shelter is mandatory sterilization of all ani- 
mals. No responsible shelter will adopt ani- 
mals out witliout making provisions for their 
sterilization," said Edwin Sayres, president 
and CliO of the ASPCA (American Society for 
the Prevention of Cnielty to Animals). "This 
includes purebred animals. The revolving 
door syndrome of adoi)ting out one animal 
only to get six of its offspring back at a later 
date is patently self-defeating." 
Additionally, a good aiilinal shelter wlU: 

• Work diligently to place as many animals 
as possible into responsible, loving homes 

• Distribute educational materials on prop- 
er pet care, animal behavior issues and over- 
population lo the general public 

• Be well maintained and have a cheerful, 
bright appearance 

• Have convenient hours 

• Have a comprehensive health care pro- 
gram that includes treating sick animals and 
preventive inoculations and medication 

• Ensure its animals are clean, dry and com- 
fortable 

• Aim to reduce stress for the animals 
through grooming, exercise, behavioral 
enrichment, separation of species and tender 
loving care 

• Have a friendly, inviting staff, willing and 
able to assist the public. 

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mals are watered on a regular basis and not 
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No food: Animals fed on a free feed basis 
often overeat and get diarrhea. Shelter ani- 
mals are generally fed twice a day, so you 
won't necessarily see food in their cages. 

Eutlianasla: It's not possible to house all 
animals In need. Most shelters have guide- 
lines on euthanasia decision-making. 

Dirty cages: No matter how often or how 
well a shelter cleans, there will be some dirty 
cages at any one time. 

Sick animals: However comprehensive 
die health program, tliere'Il always be sick 
animals. Most animals arrive unvacclnated 
and many harbor contagious diseases. A good 
shelter isolates and treats sick animals as soon 
as possible. 

Adoption refusals: Good shelters try to 
match the right pet wiUi the right owner and 
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Fifteen-year-old Margaret, an >>. ^. ^ 

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Rescue (AEAIl) volunteer, was 
accompanying me to a foster 
home, where Missy, a schnauzer- 
mix, waited to have her infected 
ears cleaned. Just before passing 
the YMC:A, in Vernon Hills, we 
boUi noticed a rabbit lying on the 
road. We said in unison, "poor 
bunny!" Then we saw its head 
move. 

' "It's alive!" Margaret 
exclaimed, I put my hazard lights 
on and slopped tlie van. "There's a blanket in 
tlie back," Margaret barked. "Get the blan- 
ket," I barked back (we were all business) . 
She mshed to get die blanket as i head to tlie 
middle of the road to stop traffic from hitting 
the rabbit again. I slowly approached. Until 
AliAIt I would get really panicky about seeing 
sick or dead animals. My first thought was, 
wow, I don't have to throw up. 

Ilie rabbit was obviously hit by a car. He 
could move his head but tliat was it He had 
blood by his nose. I thought he's probably a 
goner. But not wanting him to be In the mid- 
dle of die road awaiting his impending death 
by car, I look the blanket diat Margaret hand- 
ed me and genUy wrapped up the bunny. 
Margaret opened up tJie back of tlie van and I 
placed tiie rabbit gently on die Coor. 

Missy would have to wait. On tlie ride 
back to my place I warned Margaret that tliis 



rabbit could die. Hewasbreadi- 
ing rapidly through his nose, only, 
his head moved sUghdy. "He 
could be paralyzed or have inter- 
nal injuries," I informed her. 
"Let's just get him in a crate and 
make him comfortable. It's cars 
tliat did liiis to him. The least we 
can do is make his last moments 
comfortable," I said. 

Arriving at my place we jumped 
out of die van and went to look for 
aerate. Crate in hand we headed 
back to tlie van. Margaret got in 
first and I told her to take an end of die blan- 
ket while I took die oUier and we would slide 
the rabbit in the crate. 

Just then without warning the rabbit 
sprung up to a sitting position. "He's 
up!" Margaret exclaimed, "Hurry, let's 
get him in the crate," I said, my voice ris- 
ing. He began to slip out of the blanket 
papoose, "Uh oh, oh, no, grab him, he's 
getting awJiy!" I yelled. I am imagining 
this wild rabbit loose in the van. I 
grabbed a hold of the blanket, rabbit half 
inside and half out, and shoved him 
towards the crate. Obliging, the rabbit 
hopped in. We both rejoiced in his 
unlikely recovery and sighed with relief 
he wasn't loose in the van. 

One hour later, after resting in the 
crate, the rabbit was released and hopped 
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The sizzling temperatures currently 
spreading across tlie nation are testing indi- 
vidual career grit and company dress policy 
boundaries. Summer dog days naturally cre- 
ate tlie desire to kick back a bit, but clodiing 
tliat keeps bodies cool usually isn't appropri- 
ate attire for tlie office. 

Hot-weadier fashions always show 
more llesh than their businesslike 
opposites, and that can be dis- 
tracting. Think of it tills way: can 
you imagine Donald Trump 
wearing a sleeveless muscle 
shirt widi cargo shorts and 
flip flops to seal a deal? Or 
what if Condoleeza Rice 
wore a tank top with 
Capri pants to meet ^y '" 
witJi foreign dignitaries? *•, 
Highly successful people 
don't let weatlier condi- 
tions interfere with tlicir 
business image or what they're 
tring to accomplish. 

People make assump- 
tions and draw conclu- 
sions based upon visu- 
als, and negative perceptions alTect your oppor- 
tunities and success potential. 

llierefore, slacking off on your- business 
image in ilie summer montlis places you at risk 
of being underestimated all year round. 

Is it even possible to look highly profession- 
al and stay cool at tlie same time? Soaring tem- 
peratures create cliallcnges, but you can raise 
your professionalism and lower your body tem- 
perature Willi Uiese beat-tlie-heat 
lips: 

Select cool fabrics, like 
tropical welg^itwool 

Surprisingly, tropical weight wool is the 
coolest and most professional-looking fabric for 
warm-wealher business suits or separates; it 
breatlies, is exceptionally light weight, and Is 
wrinkle resistant 

Other cool fabrics are cotton, silk, linen, and 



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raj^n. However, tropiral wool pants or skirts will 

look dressier while keeping you cooler than 

heavy cotton varieties, like kliakis. 

Avoid polyester, in all garments and linings; it 

does not breathe so it traps in and escalates body 

heat 

Keep your nedc cool 

Human necks aretemperature sensitive and 
affect tlie endre body. Place a cold water 
bottle or soda can on the back of your 
neck and hold for a few minutes and 
your overall body temperature will 
instantly drop. 
For men, dress shirts a mere one-half 
size larger in the neck tlian their normal 
size creates some breathing room and air 
flow. For ultimate cooling, choose dress 
sliirls made of 100 % cotton. 

Women can opt for open collars or 

scooped neck tops, those tliat are not 

low cut. Avoid wearing heavy necklaces 

or scarves and wear your hair in a tailored 

up-do style ifit is long. 

Keep your wrists cool 

Wrists embody a pulse area. Cold 
objects placed on tJie wrist pulse lower your 
body temperature. Simply pushing up your 
sleeves also lias a cooling effect. 

Men can roll up sleeves on long-slecve shirts 
to mid-arm lengtli (below die elbow) and appear 
more powerful Uian when wearing a short- 
sleeve dress shirt. If your company has a busi- 
ness casual policy, wear long-sleeves rolled up or 
dressy knit shirts that come to ilie elbow paired 
Willi dress trousers made of tropical wool. 

Women have the option of wearing tliree- 
quarter lenglli sleeves. Avoid a stack of bracelets 
or heavy jewelry on your wrists. 

Ke^ your feet cool 

Tlie most businesslike shoes involve closed- 
toe closed heel styles. Sprinkle foot powder 
and/or place perspiration-absorbing pads in 
your shoes to keep your feel cool and odor free. 

For men, dressy slip-on styles are cooler 




dian heavier lace-ups. 

For women, sllng-back pumps look profes- 
sional and the back strap creates airflow at tlie 
heel. 

Why not sandals? CNNfn did a study tliat 
revealed that 68% of Americans believe that 
sandals and open-toe shoes arc unprofessional. 
To brand yourself as a winner in tlie game of 
business, avoid tliose looks. 

Wear cool colors 

Light colors reflect heat while dark colors 
absorb diem. Light colors can look highly pro- 
fessional, especially when worn .in a mono- 
chromatic fashion. Power colors are generally 
dark. For important meetings, wear a dark 
power suit or tailored jacket mixed with other 
light colors. 

Wear cooling body powder 
and undergarments 

Body powder was first developed in tlie 
pre-air-condilioning era; its purpose is to 
inhibit body moisture and act as a coolant. 

Men can also wear cotton undershirts to 
absorb perspiration. 

Women must wear bras to look busi- 
nesslike; be sure to check the fabric content 
and have a proper fit. Wear nude toned bras, 
versus white ones, under light colors so your 
bra does not show underneath. 

Professional dress standards often 
become blurred during summer months, get- 
ting as hazy as the August sky. It's essential 
diat companies keep tliose lines well defined 
and cloud free, even during heat waves. If not, 
dress problems quickly expand into monsters, 
overly-casual or too-much-skin-showing 
ones, that leave stormy footprints in llie office 
for an extended time, long after summer is 
ended. 

Today's business arena is highly competi- 
tive. Use your business image as a power tool 
to gain a competitive edge. Even if you're in 
die middle of a heat wave, dress for your goals, 
and you'U reap die cool rewards of success. 



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ARIES 
Mar 21 /Apr 20 

There's no lime like the present to 
teke an inventory of your life, Aries. 
Not happy willi whot you sec? Make 
some clianges for the bolter. Libra is 
on your side when you need help. 



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CANCER 
Jun 22/Jul 22 

lack of energy will result in a surplus s,*" 

of work for you to do. It's best if you "^^"jj— ^-y 

muster up some strength to get things ' ^ | ' 

done one at a time. Ask a friend to 

help you out. 




UBRA 
Sept23/Oct23 

Your star continues to shine at work, 
Libra, Supervisors can't soy enough 
nice things about the jcm you're 
doing. Use this praise to your advon- 
togo — ask for a raise. 




CAPRICORN 
E>ec 22/Jan 20 

After o much-needed break, you're 
reody to once ogain begin your hec- 
tic lilestyle and pace. You may want 
to enioy a few more days or relax- 
otion this v/eok. 




TAURUS . 
Apr 21 /May 21 

Thot project you've been kneo-di 
in is slowly coming to on en 
However, the results won't be vMq\ 
you expected. Don't let your surprise 
show to those around you. 




LEO 

Jul 23/Aug 23 

There's on odventuro in store for 
you, Leo, but there's just no way of 
knowing when it will crop up. Keep 
your colendor clear for unexpected 
events this week. 




SCORPIO 
Oct24/Nov22 

You haven't had much rest lately, 
Scorpio, or time to yourself. Now is 
the time to indulge in a little R&R, Set 
out for a mini vacation to recharge 
and unwind. 



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AQUARIUS 
Jan21/Feb18 

Although you Feel tike you've been 
acting generously, Aauarius, others 
see you as being a too on the selfish 
side. Reassess how you've been 
pitching in with the wonJood. 




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May 22/Jun 21 

You'll get bock in touch with a kived 
one vsrho's been estranged. The meet- 
ing will bo one lo remember, so doc- 
ument it on film or video. Ask others 
to witness the event. 




VIRGO 
Aug 24/Sept 22 

You've struck out in the romance 
department a number of times, 
Virgo, but this week you'll meet 
someone special unexpectedly — 
and without even trying. 



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SAGnTARlUS 
Nov 23/Dec 21 

Feeling like the walls ore ckising in 
on you, Sogittorius? Don't worry, 
you're not alone. This rough patch 
will resolve itself by the end of the 
week. 




PISCES 
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You finally get to the heart of a med- il 
icol matter, Pisces, and find relief. ^ 
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"Fire up" for Stories 

On Aug. M, Illinois Storytelling Inc. presents a 
one tent - all day sloiylelling event featuring interna- 
tional guest Patrick Ryan of London and fifteen out- 
standing Illinois stotylcllcrs at Horse Fair Park in 
Spring Grove. 

Fire Chief Rich Tobiasz, of tlic Spring Grove Fire 
Department, hosts a fundraising steak fry on Aug. 13 
in beautiful Horse Fair Park and shares his tent vfitl\ 
Illinois Storytelling Inc. for a Sunday of stories. 

From 11a.m. until 6 p.m. on Aug. 14, storytellers 
"fire up" ilie imaginatioa This family enriching event 
lakes place in tents attached to the pavilion in Horse , 
Fair Park, on Richardson Road, just norlli of Route 12 
in Spring Grove. 

Tellers indude three featured in the first festival 
of 1902: Patrick Ryan, Bella Homer, and Jim May 
(founder of tlie Illinois Storytelling Festival). Also 
sharing tlieir talents are Illinois favorites Mama Edie 



Armstrong, Jim & Karen Decker, Lucinda Flodin, Linda 
Gorham, Lcanne Johnson, Nan K;immann-Judd, Dan 
Keding. Marilyn Kinsclla, Gail Pcrmcnter, Jane 
Stcnson, Greg Weiss, and Megan Wells. Special guests 
include Rich Tobiasz, Spring Grove Fire Chief, and tlie 
Memory Makers, a group of senior storjlollers well- 
known in tlie McHeniy County area for bringing life 
stories to schools and to tlie community. Also telling 
will be lllinote Storytelling Board Members Scott Mor 
and Val Wallace. 

Stories include local fire history, pei^onal tales of 
humor and patlios, vibrant folktales, dynamic legends 
and sing- along stories. Tickets will be sold at the door 
SI for adults, $8 for seniors, S25 for families, and S5 for 
cliildrcn6-12. 

For more infonnation check out 

Www.UndaGoriiam.com. 

Last Chance Saknn Concert 
Seites features HiZ 

AlIgU^I4at7pJtL. 

Shepherd of llic Lakes Churcli and Tlic Last 
Chance Saloon arc pleased to announce that 1 112 will 
perfonn Aug. 14. Tlie Last Chance Music Series fea- 
tures contemporary Christian music llic second 
Sunday of every month from 7 to 9 p.m. 

HIZ is a spirited rock band composed of musicians 
from four diffeit;nt churdies iliroughout LakaCounty. 



Tlic I^t Chance Saloon & Caf{5 is located at 129 
Center St in Downloivn Grayslake. Tlicre is no cover 
charge or reserved seating. For more infonnation aill 
847-223-0002 or email sotlpt@yahoo.com. 

Tour tndpenilence Grove 
inagoHcart 

lire beauty of the trails at Independence Grove 
Forest Preserve near libcrtyvillc in summer is now 
witliln reach for Lake County residents who have trou- 
ble taking on the trails by foot. If you ha'w phj-sical dif- 
ficulties getting around, join a Lake County Forest 
Preserves naturalist for a tmilsldc tour o f Independence 
Grove in achauffeurcd, canopied golf out as part of the 
Summer Access Qirt Touts program. 

Explore the beauty of ilie nearly seven miles of 
trails and 115-acre lake at Independence Grove from a 
comfortable covered golf cart, and learn the stoty 
behind the glacial deposits that were minc-d here and 
how the sauTcd land was restored to an award-\vin- 
ning rcctieational and natural wonder. 

Tours will be offered on Aug. 27 and Aug. 28. 'live 
tours will start at 2:30 and end at 4 p.m. Cost Is $10 ($7 
for Lake County residents) per person. If you need help 
transferring into tlie golf cart, plciise be sure to register 
your assistant for Uic tour. 

Registration and prepayment are required. 
Independence Grove is located on Buckley Road just 



cast of Milwaukee Avenue in Ubertyville. 

For more infomiation on Independence Grove 
and summer programs and events offered at oilier 
Forest Preserves throughout Lake County, visit 
w\vw.LCFPD.o[g. or call 047-968-3321. 

Chemically Imbalanced Comedy 
turns 5 yeais old 

Chemically Imbalanced Comedy lums 5 years old 
in Scplchiber and we start our 6 season. For the past 5 
years CIC has played host to over 1000 perfomiers giv- 
ing pcrfonnauce opportunities in our improv and 
sketcli comedy showcase and our original shovw and 
plays produced through out the years. Many Improv 
groups past and present have gotten \'aluable stage 
time wiili CIC lo help hone their craft. We have also 
helped bring prestige to improv groups resumes by 
QfTcring contests and awirds (Snubfcst, and King of llie 
Mountain) as well as press coverage in local and 
national newspapers for many groups and individuals 
who would not normally get ihb type of coverage. 

llie annual benefit helps raise funds so it can con- 
tinue to give Chicago area artists tlic opportunity to 
perfonn at not cost to tlicm. 

Tlie Benefit will bo hold at Durkin's Tavern 810 W. 
Diveisey Sept. 10 from 8 p.m. to 1 1 p.m. tickets are $25 
and includes tlirec hours of draft 
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Having a baby? 

Bxpt'ctant moms and dads can learn 
all about the "big day" at Vista Health's 
childbirth classes. Classes are available 
year round and are offered at Victory 
Memorial Hospital (Waiikegan) and the 
Vista Surgery and Treatment Center ' 
(Lindenhurst). A schedule of dates, times 
and fees for classes is available by calling 
Vista's New Family Center at 847-360- 
4297, extension 5210. 
A few of the classes include: 

Prepared Clilldbirtli - A four week 
scries of classes during which expectant 
mothers and their support persons are 
instructed in the labor and delivery 
experience as well as breathing and relax- 
ation techniques. It is recommended that 
this class be taken early In the pregnancy, 
during the first trimester if possible. 

Prepared Clilldblrth Refrcsher-A 
two session class designed for parents who 
have attended classes in the past. 

Prepared Clilldblrth Single Session - 
Designed for people with busy schedules, this 
' - ^ one session class meets from 0:30 a.m. - 5 
p.m. on a Saturday. 

LAKE COUNTY HEALTH 
DEPARTMENT AND COMMUNITY 
HEALTH CENTER 

Health Department 
celebrates National 
Breastfeeding Month in 
August 

'I lie I^ke County Health 
Department/Community Health Center will 
offer food and raffle prizes to breastfeeding 
mothcn> and pregnajit women in honor of 
National BrcJistfeeding Month in August. 

'I'he theme of this year's National 
Breastfeeding Month is "Breastfeeding and 
Family Foods: Living and Healthy." 'Hie Health 
Department's Special Supplemental Nutrition 
Program for Women, InfanLs and Children . 
(WIC) will host its third annual breastfeeding 
mothers' lea. lliis event will include support 
group activities and games. After a discussion 
of llie importance of breastfeeding and motlt- 
em* positive experiences witli breastfeeding, 
staff will coordinate games, conduct a raffle, 
and hand out prizes, lliesc prizes are given to 
celebrate ilie moms' haal efforts and success 
at breastfeeding. All pregnant and breastfeed- 
ing women are invited. 

llic breastfeeding teas will be held 
at: 

• August 15 - 2-146 Great I^es Drive at the 
Great Likes Naval Base, 3 p.m. 

• August 17 - Mid-Lakes Health Center, 
224 Clarendon Avenue in Round Like Beach, 
11:45 a.m. 

• August 24 - Bclvidere Medical Building, 
2400 Bclvidere Hoad in Waukcgan, 

10 a.m. and 2 p.m. 

• August 25 - North Chicago Health 
Center, 2215 14th Street in Norlli Chicago, 
2 p.m. 

• August 30 -Northeast Satellite, 1019 
27lh Street in Zion, 11 a.m. 

'lliroughout the month, tlicWlC program 
will promote the importance of breastfeeding 
and niise awareness about the risks and costs 
of introducing other foods and drinks to 
breastfed babies before six monilis; how to 
make feeding easier and healthier, how to 
' J incorponite spoon feeding solids after 6 

months of age; and tlie value of breastfeeding 
for at least one year and beyond. 

WIC recently exiwndcd its Peer 
Counseling prognim through a $20,000 Loving 
Support Breastfeeding Peer Counselor grant. 
This grant allowed WIC to increase its part- 
time peer counselor to full lime. With the 
expansion of die Peer Counselor program, 
WIC will offer breastfeeding support outside 
llie clinic environment wiUi breastfeeding 
• support groups. Evening hours and sessions 
in Spanish will be added. 

The WIG Progmm provides nutirition edu- 
cation, healthcare referrals, breastfeeding sup- 
port and vouchers for nutritious supplemental 
^ y foods at no cost to eligible I^ke County resi- 
' tienis. lor more infonnalion, please call (047) 
377-B420 or visit WIC's website at: 
http;//w\vw.co.lake.il.us/health/pcs/wic.aspto 
find die location nearest you. 




PARENT' 



Dr. Slieiri Singer 



Believe it or not, school is right around the 
comer. I have had a number of parents ask me 
if there are tilings diey can do to gear their kids 
up for school. I believe Uiat kids need a 'before 
school starts' plan to get their brains moving 
before diey go back, so they need less time to 
catch up while in the school year. I have heard 
that it takes kids an average of 1 monUi to get 
back into the swing of Uiings. Especially for 
kids who have any kind ofdistractlbility, learn- 
ing and/or behavior problems, diis is a lot of 
time to Ifise during the school year. So, here 
are some suggestions for getting the ball 
rolling and getting yourchild on therighttnick 
for a great school year. 

1. During the rest of tlie summer aiid rigiil 
into the school year, plan on having die child 
work one hour per day on some sort of pre- 
arranged processing based or academic activ- 
ity. 

2. Pick the activity or activities. Tlierc can 
be more than one. Make sure it is age appro- 
priate. It can be computer based or book 
based. 'Ilry to focus on the areas that your child 
needs improvement. Be aware that the com- 
puter will be more fun for the child but book 
work will be closer to what die child will do In 
school. I would recommend doing a mix of the 
two so that tlie child has some prep for both. 
You can do this with very young children. Even 
Preschoolers and Kindergarten age children 
can benefit from the new interactive t.v. based 
learning toys and workbooks for colors, let- 
ters, numbers, etc. 

3. If you know your child has problems 
with attention, behavior or learning, don't wait 



until you are in Ihe Uiick of the school year to 
get help. Do it now so you can be on lop of it 
when school starts. Many times, parents and 
kids both don.t want to face diose problems 
until they absolutely have to; Time is of the 
essence when it coihes to these kinds of prob- 
lems diough. If you act fast, you can prevent 
problems that can take the whole school 
year away from the child and worse, create 
a bad feeling in the child about school and 
learning. 

4. Remember that repetition is the key to 
learning anything. Don't sit your child down 
once or twice with somediing and expect it to 
become permanent. Tliat is just an unrealistic 
expectation and too often these days, liie basis 
for diinking a child has a problem. Pick an 
exercise or assignment and stay wiUi it for a . 
week or more depending on how much it 
takes for die child to know it. 



5. Don't go overboard. An hour a day is 
great. It is still summer and your children still 
need time in the sim. Of course, tliat is if Oils 
heat ever lets up! Very soon, kids will be in 
classrooms 6-8 hours a day and the sun will be 
up for shorter periods of time {am I depressing 
you enough?) They still need die fresh air and 
freedom now. So, be reasonable and have a 
good mix of fun and work. 

Dr. Sherd Singer is a Licensed Clinical 
Psychologist and Childhood Behavior 
Specialist, She regularly works in person with 
nuitiy readers of this column, helping them to 
significantly improve their kid.s beiiavior, 
attention and processing skills. Dr. Singer's sys- 
tem has promoted very fast behavior and 
attention change both at home and scliooL For 
an appointment, please call 847-231-5644 or 
708-962-2549. 



TomoTIierapy limits radiation 
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Gives viable option to patients already 
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In just one year since Introducing 
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tumors, dramadcally limiting the radiaUon 
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TYaditional therapies can project radiaUon 
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directions, wiUi beams passing through the 
same healUiy tissue to reach the tumor. The 
TomoTIierapy system delivers radiation in a 
360-degree spiral, increasing the energy to 
destroy Uie cancer while difftising die expo- 
sure to healdiy dssue,' notes Bernard Eden; 
MD, medical director for radiaUon oncology 
for CrCA in the norUiem Chicago suburb of 
Zion. "This is a promising new weapon in tlie 
war on cancer," he said. 

For Joslyn McGhee of Chicago, 
TomoTIierapy at CTCA oiTered the only prom- 
ising alternative to chemotherapy-only treat- 
ment. After first discovering she had breast 
cancer in 1993, McGhee was treated for four 
reoccurrences over die years in which die can- 
cer evenhially spread to her underarms, neck, 
sternum and chest. "I was told I couldn't safe- 
ly have more radiaUon, and Uie chemoUierapy 
didn't seem to be working anymore," says 
McGhee. 

In researching oUier options, McGhee.s 
daughter learned about CTCA in Zion and its 
use of TomoTherapy treatment. After an evaL- 
uaUon by CTCA oncologists, the 62-year-old 
McGhee decided to pursue Uieir recommend- 
ed treatment of TomoTherapy and 
chemotherapy, which she recenUy completed. 
"I feel grateful to have found this new treat- 
ment," says McGhee. 

TomoTherapy also allows CTCA to help 
patients wlUi tumors in sensitive areas, sucli 
as Uie brain. WiUi a tumor at the base of his 
tongue, David Rossignol traveled from Maine 
to 'CTCA in Zion to receive TomoTherapy 
treatments because he was concerned Uiat 
convenUonal radiation might destroy salivary 
glands. "With conventional radiation back 
home, my doctor guaranteed 1 would lose my 
salivary glands," says Rossignol. "With 
TomoTherapy, at least in my case, I did not 
avoid damage, but just Uie fact I can produce 
saliva at all is a big benefit for me." T ^ 

In another major improvement, the 
TomoTherapy machine includes an on-l3oard 
CT scanner. CI'CA became Uie first facility in 
the worid to pair the most advanced, 16-slice 
PET/Cr scanner with the TomoTherapy sys- 
tem, allowing for more precise tai^eling. „We 
take a scan of Uie tumor moments before each 
session to ensure the tumor hasn't shifted or 
changed shape or size since Uie last session," 
explains Dr. Eden. 

To date, CFCA in Zion has used 
TomoTherapy for patients being treated for 
the following types of cancer; head/neck, 
brain, pancreas, breast/chest wall, prostate, 
lung, pelvis, and thigh. 

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Home Marketer Monthly 
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4174 Charles 
Gurnee 
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Value is in the land. Updated oak 
kitchen. Dining room and kitchen 
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in area of homes that sell for $250,000 
and higher. Newer appliances. Needs 
TLC. Quick close possible. Cape Cod 
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Libertyville 

$419,900 

Fabulous updated home features 
gleaming tile foyer, new maple 
kitchen ('03) with oak railings; open to 
entertainment-sized family room 
with' brick fireplace, built-in book- 
shelves and recessed lighting. 
Finished basement. Renovated batlis 
C'03). New furnace, water heater and 
Ught fixtures. This home sparkles. 





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9 


MB: 


15X11 


Badis: 


2.1 


BR2 


15X12 


Built: 


1977 


BR3: 


11X10 








2004 taxes: $6,962 





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39081 N. Sheridan Road 

Antioch 

$1,300,000 

Your private paradise on Petite Lake 
with 177 feet of waterfront on 2.5 
acres. Tliis all-brick, hillside ranch 
with walkout from finished lower level 
which has wet bar, family room and 
game room. Sits on a very private, 
peaceful and serene premium wood- 
ed lot Enjoy fantastic sunsets from 
every- room. Three-season room, 
deck, patio, hardwood floors, beauti- 
ful country kitchen, Tliree garages. 





Home details 




LR: 


23X15 


REC: 


23X15 


DR: 


15X12 


SCP: 


18X08 


KIT: 


17X10 


' FOY: 


19X06 


FR: 


30X10 


UTL: 


36X13 


MB: 


17X14 


FP: 


2 


BR2 


16X14 


Roams: 


13 


BR3: 


16X11 


Baths: 


3.1 


BR4; 


14X11 


Built: 


1986 


HAS: 


17X08 







2004 taxes: $12,891 



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Round Lake Pork, IL 60073 

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r-^;islof2^^eri{fs 
^ employees who . 
. face conspii'acy,^ 
I forgery counts 

■■fA pair of former Lake County Sheriff's 
employee's were expected in court on Aug. 4, 
Sjer a Lake County grand Jury handed down 
malctm ents to the former jail chiefs in connec- 
^p|piFlth' a fraudulent reliremenl i),. IJ< 

iheme. ^) '^' 

^ Charles M. DeFilippo, a former • 

deputy director of the county i 

Department of Corrections and Lawrence 



each charged with one count of conspiracy'to 
commit theft in excess of 5100,000. and one 
charge of attempted theft exceeding 5100,000. 
DeFilippo was additionally indicted on five 



Charles DcFillppo was uuein court on Aug. 4 

for arrafngment on charries that lie conspired 

to bilk a retirement fund out of $344,000. 



counts of forgery while Lesza'was charged with a 
single count "of forgery. Each charge Is a felony that 



By Regan Foster 



■ p culated scheme by these two, men 

II 1; osier to bllk taxpayers of Lake County 

; outiof hundreds of thousands of 

eportcr ^^,,3^5 g^j^iy jg^ i^^ fraudulent 

.: benefit of former deputy Director DeFilippo," 
Attorney General Lisa Madigan said In a state- 
ment. 
■ The indictment was the result of a two-year 



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By Brian Janosch 

Staff Reporter 

Though the three-story struc- 
ture on the College of Lnkc County's 
Grayslake campus isn't quite com- 
plete, it's already easy to sec the 
giant wall of twisting windows that 
the building will feature, including a 
choice of arcliitecture symbolic for a 
building that will surely serve as a 
window to further education for 
CLC's students. 

'Hie University Center of Ukc 
County's $25.6 million project 
should culminate in time for fall 
classes to begin, and both the 
University Center and CLC are anx- 
iously awaiting their future partner- 
ship. 

"This enables us to provide 
more services iliat we were ham- 
pered by not having," said Gary 
Grace, University Center dean. "It's a 
cliance to work closer v«ih CLC and 
help students complete their bache- 
lor programs." 

CLC students hoping to com- 
plete Iheir studies have traditionally 
been forced to travel either to 
Chicago or the. University of 
Wisconsin-Parkside in Kenosha. 
Now those students will have the 
opportunity to finish dielr bache- 
lor's or odicr degrees without even 
leaving die campus. 

"As enrollment grows we might 
use some of that space, but die pri- 
mary benefit here will be to students 
past and present," said Russ 
Peterson, inlerini president at CLC. 
"The long-temi benefit to the col- 
lege is that Uiis will help us recmlt 
more students to our two-year pro- 
gram." 

Tlie iJiree story, 91,M7-squarc- 
foot building wilt feature classrooms, 
conference rooms, relaxing alcoves, a 
library and a computer lab, Some of 
the most anticipated features 
include a story-and-a-half-tall con- 
ference space that can hold up to 150 
people for any variety of activities. 

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Event is part of Lake County Council of Seniors' Senior Expo 



By Nicholas Alajakis 

SfaffReporter 

With their large savings, limited 
knowledge of computer technology 
and good credit, senior citizens are 
often perfect targets for identity 
theft. 

Add to that the fact that they 
live in relatively affluent suburbs, 
and Lake County seniors could be 
amongst the biggest targets. United 
States Congresswoman Melissa 
Bean (D-Barrlngton) told a large 
group of senior citizens at die Lake 
County Council of Seniors' Senior 
Expo. 

A nearly packed auditorium lis- 
tened as Bean, a member of Uie 
House Committee of Financial 
Sendees, described the ways people 



can bo taken advantage 
of, and the legislation 
she is proposing that 
would protect against 
identity Uieft. 

"Each American will 
leave his or herself open 
to identity theft dozens 
of times a day," Bean 
said. "Identity thieves 
will steal from (the elder- 
ly) because they know 
that's where die money 
is." 

And while statistics and trends 
Bean presented show idenUty theft 
to be ever-increasing, she did offer 
some tips for protection. Bean's dps 
included heightened awareness on 
the Internet and the potential dan- 
gers that hackers and unsolicited e- 




Bean: Thlevescan 
target junk mail 



mails can carry. 

Bean warned the 
audience not to give out 
sensitive information to 
unfamiliar sources on 
die internet. 

Also, Bean warned 
seniors to watch infor- 
mation they may give 
over the phone, or the 
way they handle person- 
al informadon that 
comes through the mail. 
"An identity thief 
can spin junk mail to gold at your 
expense," Bean said. 

She also discussed die potendal 
dangers of giving away a social 
security number, or even carrying a 

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PhtiUi hy Sandy Utvisncr 

Rita Oster of Grayslake asks a question of U.S. Rep. Melissa Bean (D- 
Barrington) about Identity theft during a Senior Expo at the College 
of Lake County In Grayslake. 



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Alex DcIcastillD, 7, (right) tries to pass his egg to Nrcholas Massoth, 7, at the Lake 
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social security card, ID thieves can easily take 
tliat information, she said. 

It's the dangers of social security numbers 
that prompted Bean to look toward stopping 
tlie use of them on unnecessary documents. 
In die future she said shed like to stop die use 
of social security numbers on Medicare. 

Dean also spoke at lengdi about a new bill 
slie is sponsoring. The Consumer Data 
Survey and Notificadon Act would require 
that companies notify consumers when their 
information is at risk. The act would also 
strengdien die protection against the sale 
and collection of personal financial data. 

While die informaUon Bean gave was 
lengUiy, Ken Willard, 82, of Lake Biiiff, said he 
found it very helpful. 

Willard said he was familiar witli identity 
Uieft protection prior to the event, but was 
able to use it as a refresher course. 

"Not everyone knows (how to protect 
themselves," Willard said. "tBcan) did a good 
job explaining it." 

nicka@lakelandmedia.com 




Photo by Sondy Brviancr 



US, Rep. Melissa Bean (D-Banrington) 
addresses a group of constituents about 
Identity theft, during a Senior Expo at tlte 
College of Lake County In Grayslake. 



SCAM 



investigation spurred when former correc- 
tions officer Michael Horowitz approached 
U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald wiUi 24 sepa- 
rate allegations of misconduct in die sheriff's 
office. Horowitz was fired after he was found to 
have used excessive force against an inmate. 

Tlie former sheriff's employee, however, said 
in an interview he felt vindicated tiiatsome of his 
concerns had come to some sort of fiuiUon. 

"Those are a couple of die issues that I'd 
addressed in my letter," Horowitz said. "These 
are tilings lliat I've been saying all along. I 
never doubted myself because I knew tliey 
were true. It's just good to see diat the facts 
came out." 

While Horowitz added that he wasn't 
pleased to see tlie indictments handed down, 
he said he was not surprised diat they were. 

"It's the trulli," he said. 

At die heart of the charges was an alleged 
scheme geared at bilking die Illinois Municipal 
Retirement Fund of more tlian $344,000, infor- 
maUon released by Madigan's ofiice reported. 

DeFilippo was hired as a corrections offi- 
cer in the early 1980s, but allegedly stated in a 
1999 letter diat he was originally hired as a 
deputy sheriff. Tlie ranks carry with diem dif- • 
ferent classification in the state pension fund, 
which means diey also carry different benefits 
to retired officers. 

According to an indictment issued by a 
Lake County jury last week, DeFilippo's 
allegedly falsified submission to die IMRF 



potendally raised his tenure by over $19,000 
per year and could cost county taxpayers more 
than $344,0000 if he was allowed to retire, as 
planned, in August 2008. 

Lake County prosecutors alleged that 
DeFilippo could not have qualified for the 
higher pension without Lesza's approval, 
Lesza retired from his position as director of 
the correcdons department in April 2000 and 
DeFilippo took over the position. 

"It should be understood diat regardless of 
a person's employment status, he cannot use 
that posidon to wrongfully benefit himself or 
to defraud the lax|iayers," Lake County State's 
Attorney Michael Wailer said in a statement. 

DeFilippo resigned in July 2003 in the 
wake of controversy over statements he made 
in an online conversation witli a woman. 
DeFilippo allegedly solicited die woman in a 
sexual nature. 

Bodi former county employees now live in 
Florida. Conspiracy to commit theft in excess 
of $100,000 is a Class 4 felony, attempted theft 
a Class 2 felony and forgery is a Class 3 felony. 
The charges cany possible prison sentences of 
one to diree years, dirce to seven years, and 
two to five years, respectively 

Lesza and DeFilippo, however, could 
receive probation for the alleged offenses. 

Tliey were scheduled to be arraigned in 
Lake County Court at9 a.m. Tliursday, 

rfoster@lakelandmedia,com 




Photo by Sandy Btvssiicr 

Construction continues on tfie University Center of Lake County building's campus at 
tile College of Lake County in Grayslake. 

UCLC 



Also touted was die simple boost of technology 
that will come widi die new building. 

"There's $2.5 million in techn6logy in the 
classrooms there, so the faculty can be more 
innovative and eiiecdve," Grace said. 

Overall, Grace described the general feel of 
the building as comfortable, yet cutting edge. 
Exactly what the University Center has been 
hoping for since the planning process began in 
1998. 

"Having the design and planning process- 
es behind us, we can concentrate on hitting 
the marks of die students,'' Grace said. 



Scheduled to open sometime diis fall, the 
Univereity Center and its consordum of 17 col- 
leges and universities will mosdy benefit stu- 
dents studying busmess, technology and edu- 
cation-related majors. Tlie University Center 
offers a wide range of degrees; but Peterson 
said dial tliose dirce areas of study, in particu- 
lar, will tend to overiap die most between the 
two programs. 

All in all, "this will provide die people of 
Lake County with a choice," Grace said. 

briauj@lakelandmedia.com 



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Lake County residents who have building 
and development concerns will be able to 
reach the County's Planning, Building and 
Development Department on weekends via 
,an emergency number, (J47-377-2600, 
, Residents, can, leave ,a, Recorded message ' 
^regarding possible, -construction violations'' 
,and an onCdll bdildiilg ihspector will chtek* 



the messages and respond to calls. Weekend 
enforcement will be ongoing undl Oct. 15. 
Residents can also call the same number as 
above during normal business hours to 

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Billy Battistone off Lake Villa performs a song for the 2004 Miss Lake County Fair 
Queens Courtney Dugan, Joanna PtasInsM and Karollna Ptaslnski during the Miss Lake 
County Fair pageant at Grayslake Community High School. Battistone was named the 
fair's first-ever Mr. Best In Show. 

amming it up 




Mr. Best of Show 
adds flavor to fair 

After singing The Foundation's "Build 
Me Up Bultercup," discussing his 
most embarrassing moment and 
answering questions like, ".What 
malces you irresistible?" 16-year-old Billy 
Battistone took first place in tlie first-ever Lake 
County Fair Mr. Best of Show contest. 

Tlie tliree-day competition was open to all 
male Lake County residents ages 16 through 
21 who like to "ham it up," Contestants were 
judged in tliree different categories: Talent, 
speech and surprise questions. 

Each category was wortli a certain num- 
ber of points. Contestants could also gain 
additional points from positive audience 
reactions. 

Batdstone had no problem entertaining 
die judges. He wowed everyone witli his 
singing and by recounting a story about how 
he once guarded a benched person during a 
basketbali game. When asked who his 



favorite celebrity crush was he said Jessica 
Simpson. He said his most irresistible attrib- 
ute is his charm. 

Nine people applied for the competition, 
Battistone was one of four finalists. 

He said he applied for the event after his 
sister Lisa told him about it. It sounded like a 
fun thing to do, he said. 

"It was really neat. Kids I'd never met . 
before turned out to be good friends," ho 
said. "People enjoyed it." 

For winning first place, the Carmel 
Catholic High School suident won $250 cash, 
a three-montli membership to Gold's gym, 
free Fair tickets and an enormous ham. 

He also got a chance to speak on die 
radio and briefly appeared on television. 

His sister also won a gift certificate for 
referring liim to die show. 

Battistone said that many people in Uie 
community have congratulated him on his 
award. He said he may fight for the- tide 
again. 

"If they do it again next year, I'd like to do 
it," he said. 

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TVy getting in touch with a dentist in 
early August - it may take a while. 

That's because area schools have taken it 
upon tliemselves to make sure dieir students 
are practicing good oral hygiene. All stu- 
dents entering kindergarten, second grade, 
sbctli grade and freshman year of high school 
are required to get a dental check up before 
they can register for classes. 

Since the exams were made mandatory, 
atea dentists like Dr. David Rakoczy with the 
Lake County Healdi Department have had 
families practically beating down their 
doors. 

For many the stop at the dentist is rou- 
tine, but for some children the mandatory 
visits are the only chance they get to see a 
dentist. Though the exams are pretty basic, 
the dentists still look for major problems. 

"Usually if it's obvious, it's on the verge of 
serious," Rakoczy said. "Kids don't learn very 



well when diey're in pain." 

Because many families have a hard time 
getting in for routine check ups, the Lake 
County Healdi Department is making It even 
easier to fulfill school's requirements. Their 
Bclvidere Clinic in Waukegan will have free 
wolk-ln clinics from Aug. 8-10. Anyone can 
show up from Il;30-7;30 p.m. on Aug. 8, or 
8:30-4:30 p.m. on Aug. 9 or 10. 

The Lake County Healdi Department 
also works with the families to make the 
appointments affordable at their offices. 
Prices are adjusted according to income and 
size of family, and payment plans can be 
used. As to making sure there aren't any 
problems when die kids actually make Uieir 
way into die dentists' oHice, Rakoczy said it's 
pretty much common sense. 

"It's just taking care of yourself," he said. 
"Smaller kids don't know any better so it's up 
to the parents to make sure they are doing 
what they're supposed to." 

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Tlie Lake County Sheriff's Office had a 
chance to use it's recently acquired A Child is 
Missing program last Monday 

At approximately 10 p.m. tliat day, the 
Sheriff's.Office responded to a call regarding a 
missing 1 1-year old handicapped giri from 
die 900 block of Rockland Road in Knollwood. 

Initially, members of die Sheriff's Office 
and Knollwood Fire Department saturated die 
area in search of Uic missing child. Sliortly 
diereafter Uie .Sheriff's Office made the deci- 
sion to activate the A Cliild is Missing program. 

The program assists law enforcement 
agencies in die search and early recovery of 
missing children, die elderly and disabled 
using telephone alert calls. It can place one 
thousand phone calls in sixty seconds to resi- 
dents and businesses in the area where a per- 
son went missing. 

The actiwition of the Child Is Missing pro- 
gram generated an overwhelming response 
from the Knollwood community. ITie Sheriff's 
Office 91 1 Communications Center received 
more than 100 follow up phone calls widiin 
an hour and a half in response to die taped 



message. 

"It is gratifying to sec such a strong 
response from our comniunity in an incident 
like Uiis,': said Lake County Sheriff Gary Del lie. 

Members of the community, Sheriff's 
Office and Knollwood Fire Department 
worked fevcrislily together to locale die miss- 
ing child. Community members were seen 
taking an active role checking dieir neighbor- 
lioods, yards and parks. 

At about 1 a.m. the next morning, the child 
was located safely in Highland Park. Tlie cause 
of tlie missing child turned out to be a break- 
down in communication between caregivers. 

Nowdiat the program has been used, Sgt. 
Christopher Tliompson hopes that commu- 
nity members wili be prepared to receive 
future alerts. 

"We are happy now that people under- 
stand when they get a taped message diey 
should stay on the line," said 'Oiompson. 
"Tills is not a joke." 

Should community members ever 
receive a taped call from A Child Is Missing, 
they are encouraged to call the number dial is 
provided to them on the taped message, 

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Lake County Crime Stoppers 
and the Lake County Sheriff's 
office/Warrants Division are 
seeking information regarding 
the whereabouts of a wanted 
fugitive. 

Timodiy A. Scott, described 
as a male black, born on Oct. 4, 
1987, 5-fcet-7 and 150 pounds 
with black hair and brown eyes, 
is wanted on a warrant in Lake 
County. The warrant is for aggra- 
vated battery/ great bodily harm. 

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There was a time when futurists and marketing gurus spoke 
about the demise of Uic shopping center. The experts were on 
target with I^kehurst Sliopping Center as a good example of 
regional malls having an effective life of 25 years. 
Not all regional malls, though, have had their life curtailed by 
the wrecking ball. Hawthorn Center continues to chug along after 
several makeovers and a new parent from Australia. Gurnee Milts 
has advanced to shopping center maturity without losing its zest 
or appeal. Elsewhere in the C hicago area, transfusions of new 
lenants'and physical upgrades have preserved the viability of long- 
time malls like Northbrook Court and Old Orchard, the granddad- 
dyoftlie North Shore. , . 

With major shopping centers reinventing themselves as mixed 
use malis like northern Illinois' newcomer shopping magnet at the 
former Glenvicw Naval Air Station, combing retail with residential 
offers a sure-fire formula for resurgence in mall building. 

Plans arc unfolding for another mega mall with mixed use fea- 
tures combining lots of retail outlets with lots of condos — 

with upscale shopping and expensive condos as the common 
denominator. That appears to be the future of the unnamed devel- 
opment destined for the Lake County Fairgrounds at Rles. 45 and 
120. The development is described as 1.2 million square feet. 
Hxact usage still is in the discussion stage. Wliatever residential 
uses being planned are spoken of as the "residential component." 
Mega malls still iiave a place in modern society, but only with 
lots of residential space put in the design. The idea Is the have cus- 
tomers close at hand for new retail rentals. 



Semee area taxes 
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When school district lines don't match municipal boundaries 
as is the case in Illinois, there's really only one way to cope 
with the reality where a village can enjoy the financial 
income generated by growth and the neighboring commu- 
nity with the scliools gets the headaches and costs of providing educa- 
tional benefits. The guard amounts to school olTicials getting involved in 
the internal politics of tlie next door village tlial's bent on adding more 
rooftops. 

Once again Grayslakc Elementary School District 46 is faced with the 
dilemma of housing and educating children who will be generated by a 
proposed 500 home development for a 30B acre nursery at Fairfield Rd. 
and Ute. 120 that lies within the corporate boundaries of the Village of 
Round Like and School District 46. 

Getting tlie kids from Round Lake to house and educate is nothing 
new for the neighboring school district. Because of tlie meandering ' 
school District 46 boundaries that twist around three sides of the Round 
Lake area and l^e Villa, the Grayslakc based school began providing 
education for die neighboring community as far back as the late 1920's. 
AccclenUed grovvtli and escalating school costs have compounded 
conflicts over the years. Currently Dist. 46 is building Madronna 
School on Rte. 120 with the help of a $30 million bond referendum 
approved by voters that will open in 2007. 

When confronted with the reality of needing more classrooms 
before another new school opens, newly ai'rived Supt. IZUen 
Correll, less than a month on the job, said some serious study 
would be needed. Indeed. As we suggested, moreover some seri- 
ous lobbying efforts will be needed to lighten the tax load on Dist. 
46 that heretofore has had no say so In how the Village of Round 
Lake grows and develops. 

Discussing education problems associated with growth, Round 
Lake Mayor Bill Gentes opened the door to additional school 
funding that could be accomplished with the recapture provisions 
of a special service district. This is how another district impacted 
by Round Lake's southward march, Fremont Consolidated, gar- 
nered funds to provide for a rush of new students. As we have 
noted on this page in recent weeks and the superintendent of 
another district reeling from the impact of Round Lake growth. Big 
Hollow elementary district, described in a letter to the editor, 
impact fees imposed by the growth orientated municipality don't 
do the job. Much funding is needed to even the playing Tield. 

It's patently unfair when one town gets the kids and the other 
town gets the tax Income from growth. Wliat Gentes described as 
"transitional fees" created by a special service area will help. 
Political lobbying by the school district facing the inevitability of 
building more classrooms, providing teachers and supplying other' 
school needs also is required. 




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One of Grandma Meyer's 
favorite sayings was, 
."Charity begins at 
home." 
-That surps up in a nutshell Uie 
state of road building funding in 
I.akc County. After rejecting last ' 
spring what amounted to a self- 
help approach by raising tlie sales 
tax for local highway improvements, 
we're getting essentially left overs 
from federal sources. 

If you can't (or don't want) to 
help youreelf, you lake what's hand- 
ed out. After studying tlie new fed- 
eral highway and transit funding 
program, it's difficulLio find enougli 
fed money to make much of a dif- 
ference in conecUng, or even eas- 
ing, local gridlock. 

in the five year federal spending 
plan, the biggest project appears to 
be $9 million for reramping tlie Rte. 
60 bridge near Lake Forest to ease 
rush hour bumper to bumper traveL 
A lot of the money targeted for Lake 
County will go for studies and engi- 
neering, but not for construction. 
Wliile you're crawling along Rtes. 60, 
45, as, 132, and 120, Uiinkof die 
engineers pouring over their draft- 
ing tables grinding out paper work 



that might be used In 2010. 

If die Rte. 60 bridge work is 
Congressman Mark Kirk's show- 
piece, dien Congresswoman Melissa 
Bean is beaming over $4.8 million 
for the extension of Addnson Rd. 
from Rte. 120 to Rte. 137. How this 
"bit of road work magic is going to 
move traffic easier and faster is hard 
to fadiom. 

County Board Chair Su2i 
Schmidt told reporters that nearly 
S2.1 million for engineering a 
Rte. 45 bypass of Millburn and 
Grass Lakes Rds., the "Millburn 
Strangler," has been on her wish 
list to 20 years. Funny, I never 
thought much about that inter- 
section. The Rtes. 83/120 inter- 
section complicated by a rail 
crossing, die "83-120 
Bottleneck," was more on my 

mind and thousands of other 

frustrated commuters. 

Tlie new fed program is mosdy 
small potatoes stuff for Lake County, 
regardless of how the political spin. 
Maybe the sales tax proposition 
worth about $14 mil per year ouglit 
to be rethought. Gram, there's no 
charity when it comes to highway 
improvements, but that's wiiere die 
building begins. 



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Publisher 

Wonders of walking 

Lindenliurst Mayor Jim Betustak 
may be longing for die "good old . 
days" when kids walked to school. All 
die way All the Umc, No more. Part 
of his job now, is finding solutions for 
mom's like Debbie Franson, who 
measure walking distances down to 
die 1/lOdiofa mile, inspect ground 
condidons and study long range 
weather condiUons, Absent of side- 
walks, Franson siiys no adult can 
cope widi loads like die kids tote, 20- 
30 pound backpack, maybe a musical 
instrument or a sports bag or carry- 
ing bulky class projects. ProbabPy 
not Three Franson cliUdren live 
widiin die 1 .5 mile wliere bus service 
is not oflered. Franson's pet peeve is 
the householder who doesn't shovel 
snow in die winter. 

One man's family 

Grandson Tammy picked the 
first tomato from die once spindly 
plant he put in die ground last spring 
widi his grandmodier's help. "It was 
so small," he marveled at the vines 
diat now tower over his head. Tom 
has his work cut out to gadier all die 
fruit, Looks like bumper crop. 




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Brenda 
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Freedom iSM't free: it c®§ts $ 




I discovered that -freedom isn't 
free. It costs $60. And it isn't for- 
ever. It is for 30 days. And it isn't 
everywhere in the United Stales. 
It can be restricted to a few square 
feet of grass. 

An editorial in die July 8. edition 
of Lakeland Media hevvspapers 
noted that two communities, 
Northbrook and Highland Park, have 
instituted "speech parks." 

The premise is diat there are 
areas reserved for posting of signs on 
any topic, religious or political, 
» except for candidacies and obsceni- 
ties (often one and the same diing). 

The Highland Park ordinance, 
allows tvvo displays at a U me, for 30 
days, by pehnit, ford fee or$60.' ' ' 
The' editorial d<^cribds' tHesd 



parks as "a safety valve" where "fer- 
vent thoughts can be expressed in 
public widiout public reprisal," 

Funny, I Uiouglit diat was die 
descripdon of the United States of 
America, as oudined in the First 
Amendment of die ConstituUon. 

As for "safety valves," where was 
It ever written diat freedom is "safe?" 
Freedom is messy, dangerous arid 
therefore, dynamic, engendering 
change, as opposed to totalitarian- 
ism, which is Udy in its monolidiic 
structure, secure in its enforcement, 
and, therefore, static, as only 
"approved" thougln is admitted. 
Underlying the "speech park" 
■ idea there is 'a certain' lack of under- 
'-standingin the /elated but difi'ering' 
"concept? "of- freedom of 'speech and' 



die avoidance of state endorsement 
of specific religions. 

To begin with, freedom of speech 
is, and should remain, free in every 
sense. Tlie idea of charging fees for 
people to express dicmselves, and 
having a permit process wherein 
divergent or "seditious" philosophi- 
cal or political expression might be 
censored, is in direct opposition to 
the meaning and spirit of die First 
Amendment; 

Public parks, depending on how 
they are financed, are public proper- 
ty. Displays in parks paid for by tax- 
payers should not be restricted to 
those who are willing to pay an addi- 
donalTee in order to express dicm- 



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A Republican candidate who once 
served in tlie U.S. Marine Corps is 
promising an all-out drive to topple 
one of Lake County's most 
entrenched Democratic oRIce holders. 

"If can be done," declared Greg 
Jackson, a self-employed public policy con- 
sultant. "That's why I started early," added 
Jackson, who announced in November, 2004, 
tliat he would challenge State Sen. Tbrry 
Link (D-Waukegan) of the 30th Dist. in the 
2006 general election. Presupposing he wins 
the GOP nomination next spring, Jackson will 
have been campaigning for nearly 24 months 
when election time rolls around. 

Jackson, aresident of Buffalo Grove, is 
spending the summerinaking personal 
appearances, raising money and building 
a campaign .staff. His newWeb site 
www.teamJackson.org soon will be opera- 
tive. 

TVvo of Jackson's most ardent supporters, 
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jackson, 
won't be able to vote for him because Uiey 
are residents of Antioch in llie 31st Senatorial 
DisL But that didn't stop them from hosting 
a mid-July lawn party for contributors. More 
than 85 persons attended. 

Link has proved to be a potent vote get- 
ting since elected to die State Senate a 
decade ago. A Democratic sponsored redis- 
tricting plan fits Link like glove. Tlie 3Ist 
includes Vernon Hills, where he formerly 
resided, parts of Liber tyvi lie and Democratic 
strongliolds inWaukegan and North Chicago. 




Jackson: Sees 
long drive needed 
to topple popular 
foe. 



Madigan: 

Returning to 
Lake to generate 
Demo interest. 



Jackson theorized Uiat he can win with a 
strong Republican turnout in the elongated 
district and getting support from 
Democrats who agree with his basically 
conservative, budget conscious philoso- 
phy of state government. "This will be 
an issues-orientated campaign. No dirty 
stuff," Jackson asserted. 

Madigan booked 

Illinois Atty Gen. Lisa Madlgon will be 
in tlie spotlight for die next meeting of the 
Lake County Democratic Women. Madigan 
will be guest speaker at the fourth power 
brunch Sunday. Sept.18, at Hotel Morraine, 
Highwood. Registration begins at 1 1:30 a.m. 
Lake County Recorder of Deeds Mary Ellen 
Vander Venter can provide additional infor- 
mation. 



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Picnic organized 

LUllan Golonka, fonner Antioch post- 
mistress and long-time Republican activist, is 
heading up aiTangements for the annual Lake 
County Republican Picnic scheduled for 
Sunday, August 20, at Lakewood Forest 
Preserve. Organizers aim at creating an old- 
fashioned political rally-picnic with a family 
flavor. There will be plenty of food, fun activ- 
ities and some political speeches (naturally). 
Cost is $10 per person or $25 per family. 
Golonka can provide additional information 
at 047-395-1872. ; 

Democratic clialienger 

Democrat leaders in the lOdi 
Congressional Dist, are relieved to have a can- 
didate willing to take on tliird-term Republican 
incumbent Congressman Mark Kirk. He is 
Zone Sihitli of Winnclka, who heads his own 
law firm located in Chicago, Stnitli has experi- 
ence in elected office as a member of the 
VVinnelka Park District. In announcing his 
candidacy, Smith said he will be operating a 
grass-roots campaign tliat he hopes will trans- 
late into votes and financial support. 

Newioolc 

To silence any wagging tongues, Forest 
Pre5er\'e President Bonnie Toms'on 
Carter hastens to explain that there isn't 
a new man in her life, "just the same one 



with a new look." Husband Tom, recently 
retired after 30 years in the teaching pro- 
fession, grew a full beard to celebrate his 
retirement. Bonnie likes Tom's beard. 
That's all that counts. 

Noise pollution 

Officials of Lindenhurst said they're 
'ready to take the bad with the good in 
connection with the environmental deci- 
sion 10 stock village ponds, lakes and wet- 
lands with 600 North American frogs. At 
a cost of $300, village council members 
thought the cost was worthwhile. Maybe 
they'll have second thoughts when com- 
plaints are sounded about noisy bullfrogs. 
Depending on your viewpoint, bullfrogs 
sing or croak. Six hundred of the critters 
ought to be able to mount a pretty good 
chorus. 

Getting criticized 

County Board Rep. Anne Planlgan 

Balsc (D-Highland Park) expressed frus- . 
tration of her colleagues when criticized 
for traffic congestion induced by devel- 
opment. "The county will get blamed," 
sighed Raise-when commenting about the 
112 acre Lake County Fairgrounds devel- 
opment of a mega shopping mall with 
250 town homes. The county's only 
involvement is getting sewer service to 
the site. 



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rejected trustee candidate means 
that there are three individuals on 
the Gurnee Village Board who have 
a desire for "political" balance. Few 
can deny that Mr. Foster is a caring, even lov- 
ing, dedicated, focused man of integrity. 
These can be good traits. However, why is it 
that so many citizens forget who Mr. Foster's 
allegiance is to?Wlio appointed him to the 
Planning Commission? Former Mayor Dick 
Welton. When Mr. Foster ran for village 
trustee whose "ticket" was he attached to? 
Why, then Mayor Welton's ticket And whose 
campaign signs were displayed in Mr. Foster's 
yard Uiis year? Ms. Kovarik's. To say Mr. Foster 
"...has no political ties..." in our wonderful 
community is either misrepresentation or 
ignorance of history. 

Let's fast forward to 2005 and we see a 
strong influence of former Mayor Welton in 
the now Mayor Kovarik's campaign and "lead- 
ership." Wasn't he in attendance at a number 
of herrallies and mayoral inducrion celebra- 
tions? Yes, he was. And, who does our "new" 
mayor meet with at a local restaurant? Former 
Mayor Welton, And, it is quite interesting to 
note tliat a Libertyville based businessman, 
real estate entrepreneur and virulent oppor 
nent of School District 56's many referen- 
dums, just happened to place close to 2,500- 
calls in support of Mr. Foster on July IL How 
does this man's support of Mr. Foster dovetail 
into the Kovarik administration's rneUiod of 
operation? What is the true philosophy of this 
group? Do they have a clear vision for the vil- 
lage and methods to realize tliat "vision?" 

Changes were made since the long-stand- 
ing Mayor Welton was replaced by Mr. Rudny 
All of tliese changes were for the benefit of 
Gurnee. Now, we, the people, are on Uie brink 
of returning to an old system Uiat may have 
.worked back tlien for a few of the special peo- 
ple, but one tliat is not needed for this present 
time or the future. Pandering to a few, citizens 
and developers, needs to stay in the grave 
where Mr, Rudny and Intelligently-minded 
trustees placed it. 

I too believe Uiat Mr. Foster should not be 
a trustee unless he's voted in during an elec- 
tion. I say tills simply because I've experi- 
enced die less dian savory side of the 
Gurnee's pre-Rudny administration. Tlie 
recent election has put Gurnee on the 
precipice of a neo-Welloiiian administration 
because of his obvious allegiances. Placing 
Mr. Foster into a trustee position would 
return tlie community, toils old ways. As a' ,i i 
community, we do not need this. Finally, . • . > 
which > eoftown-is Mr. Foster from? Wliy, .i.< 



the East side. How about selecting an "inde- 
pendent", candid ale from tlie West side? That 
too would be iiriique. 

I say "tliank you" to die tliree stalwart 
trustees for dieir approach to die problem of 
a new trustee. The only problem is they're a 
bit off tlie mark by not including a few more 
good reasons to prevent Mr. Foster from 
becoming die new mayor's trump card. 
Reasons that will help return Gurnee to die 
way it was- citizen favoridsm, favors for 
developers and bulking up Village Hall witli 
unnecessary bureaucrats and cronies Uiat will 
cost Gurnee's residents higher taxes and 
more. 

Franks. GattoHn 
Gurnee 



Village embarrassed 

I needed to be able to express my frustra- 
tion over the ongoing difficulUes of the new 
Village of Gurnee Board and Uie continuing 
"ObstrucUonist" tacUcsof the Uiree 
"Holdover" trustees against our new mayor. 
Wliat happened at Uie July 12 meeUng widi 
Mr. Karlovics* grandstanding and a personal 
attack on David Grosskopf, was an embar- 
rassment to all of us attending. 

Thomas Maratea 
Gurnee 



Expensive Web site 



This is to clarify die action of the Village of 
'Round Lake Park Trustees. At no time did we 
decide diat we no longer wanted a Web site 
for die village. 

After volunteering to manageaWeb site 
for the village, the mayor's son felt it was time 
he received compensadon for his work. He 
proposed to maintain Uie Web site as well as 
do internet technology work for $25,000. 
Wliile it may be legal to hire a family member 
of the mayor, the trustees Uiat voted down die 
hiring of her son twice, feel Uiat it is not ethi- 
cal to do so, and feel that diis is not die cor- 
rect time to employ a person for I.T. work. 

Our village has grown, but at a slower 
pace Ulan surrounding communities and we 
ieel that Uie amount of money could be put to 
better use. We also feel that the mayor's son 
alUiough self taught in I.T. workJias no format 
training or certifif ation in Uiat field. The 
majority of die residents Uiat we have talked 
to also feel this way 

After Uie second time we voted against 
the proposed contract the mayor's son decid- 
ed to pull the plug on the Web site h e main- 
tained. At no time did the trustees instruct 
him to do Uiis. He decided that since we 
would not employ him he would shut it 
down. Yes, it's a shame that we currenUy don't 
have a Web site but p lease be assured that we 



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selves. In fact, by setting a fee for a right guar- 
anteed to every citizen of Uie United States, die 
municipality opens itself up to a possible law- 
suit for denial of equal protection under the 
law. 

Tliis is Uie equivalent of Uie notorious "poll 
taxes" that were used to curtail voting rights of 
indigent African-Americans before Uie passing 
of die Civil Rights Act of 1968. 

■ As for die content of such displays, it may 
well be diat an "all or noUiing" policy is Uie 
most fair. EiUier all opinions, philosophies, 
creeds and religions are allowed to display 
signs, symbols and icons, or none is. 

This means equal fooUng must be accord- 
ed to die cross and die swastika; to Uie sbc- 
pointed Star of David and die five-pointed 
P90tpgrfun,ipf,Wic{;q; to "right-tO-Jife!" groups . 
,and diPiNaiional As5iocialion fortheJlefdrni of . 
Abortion Xaws. Ldt.AIcohplics AnQn;^ihoiis|^o] 



head-to-head with die National Organization 
for the Reform of Marijuana Laws. Let die FFA 
go up against NAMBLA, And all af once, 
because if any one viewpoint is allowed, all 
must be allowed. 

Tliis imposiUon of institutionalized discre- . 
tion in permitting free speech is not only offen- 
sive, but also chilling, as yet another piece of 
our birUiriglit of liberty is sold for die illusory 
pottage of comfort, security and die ariificial 
peace of silenced thouglit. 

Nowhere in Uie Constitution is diere a 
price of admission to freedom. The one 
implied, the price paid by the blood shed by 
diose who defend it, is dishonored by such 
attempts to relegate liberty to a few square 
feet, on certain days, for certain people. 

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." : pditoYs note: Brenda Balin is a free lance 

', 'iVriteK'Sti^ 'resides in Lindenhurst. 



arc working on hiring nn outside firm to 
design and maintain, a professional Web site 
so that the village will own Uie domain name 
as well as the Web site so that Uiis will not 
happen again. 

We do understand Uie importance of hav- 
ing one, and it may cost Uie village some 
money but not $25,000. 

Jean McQte, Ken Schnur, Chris Ulcus, 

Bob Seminary 
Trustees of theVillage of Round Lake Park 

Fire Karl Rove 

We know Uiat Kari Rove revealed die iden- 
tity of an undercover CIA agent to reporters 
Matt Cooper of TIME magazine and columnist 
Robert Novak. He either broke the law or 
was grossly negligent with national secrets 
yet he still works in the White House. Karl 
Rove and other leakers in the White House 
ousted a CIA agent in order to discredit a 
critic of the Bush Iraq policy. Outing an 
undercover CIA agent hurts our national 
security. 

President Bush should keep his prom- 
ise and fire Karl Rove. There needs to be a 
full accounting to the American people 
about what happened In this CIA leak case. We 
cannot let Uiis get swept under die carpet! 

Heather Jiiclitfort 
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In the July 29 issue. County Board Rep. 
Sandy Cole (R-Grayslake) incorrecdy was 
associated widi a campaign for Congress. 
She is running for die Republican nomina- 
tion for state representative. 

Due to a computer system error, former 
U.S. Sen. Peter Fitzgerald's office was listed 
under 'Where to Write'. The correct listing of 
where to vmte follows: 



United States Senators 

Barack Obama 

713 Han Senate Office BIdg. Washington, D.C., 

20510' 

(202) 224-2854; fax, (202) 228-5417 or 

John C. l^uaynskf Federal BIdg. 

230 S. Deatbom St. Suite 3900, Chicago, IL, 

60604' 

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Web site: obama.senate.gov 

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Duck Race benefit 

Thu I2th Annual Duck Race and Pool 
Party to benefit Hospice of Northeastern 
Illinois will be Aug. 13, from 5:30 to 0:30 p.m. 
at Langendorf Park in Harrington. 

A free community event, the DuckRace is 
an annual fund-raiser to benefit Hospice of 
Northeastern Illinois patient care programs 
and the development of new services. The 
highlight of the evening is multiple heats of 
plastic ducks "racing" down the water slides 
at the Aqualusion Family Aquatic Center with 
prizes for the all the heat winners, and in 
return, heat winning ducks are entered into 
the grand prize race. Ducks are $5 for one, 
S2G for six and $100 for 25. 

Ducks may be "adopted" online at 
www.HospiceAnswers.org; Barrlngton 

Sidewalk Days; by calling 847-381-5599, Ext. 
252; or until 7 p.m. on the night of the Duck 
Race. 

Grant provides resources 
to college 

Students and instructors at the College of 
I-ake County are learning more about Uic 
world around them, thanks to some special 
new resource materials purchased by the 
Murphy Library at the College of Lake 
County. Funds for the materials were provid- 
ed dirough a $4,000 Library Services and 
I'cchnology Act grant from the Illinois State 
Librjfry. 

The focus of the grant is to purchase 
materials to aid students in understanding 
and exploring current world issues, cultures, 
customs, history and politics in regions of the 
world that traditionally have not been as 
familiar. These include areas whose recent 
history has brought renewed attention such 
as the Middle Hast nations, Asia, the new 
independent states of the former Soviet 
Union and the expanding nations of Africa. 

Brownfield Fund grants 

The Lake County Board announced 
intergovernmental agreements with three 
communities which were unanimously 
approved to provide funding for environ- 
mental studies at three brownfield sites. 



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Waukegan received $52,750 for an environ- 
mental study of the former Chicago Rubber 
Company properties. North Chicago 
received $47,500 for environmental study of 
properties located between 1012 and 1820 
Sheridan Road. Buffalo Grove received 
$12,500 for an environmental study of a for- 
mer garbage dump in unincorporated 
Deerfield. 

For more information about County 
Board meetings, agendas and resolutions are 
available on the Like County Web site at 
www.co.lakcll.iis. 

Victory ER ups trauma 
treatment 

Vista HealUi's Victory Memorial Hospital 
will operate a comprehensive Level 11 Trauma 
Center for people who require immediate 
attention for life's emergencies— ranging 
from serious, life-threatening injuries to high 
fevers. Patients can expect the same level of 
compassionate medical care as they have 
come to expect from Vista's Saint Tlierese 
Medical Center. 

Key elements of a Level II Ttauma Center 
include 24-hour immediate coverage by 
independent general surgeons as well as cov- 
erage by independent physicians in the fol- 
lowing specialties — orthopedic surgery, neu- 
rosurgery, anesthesiology, emergency medi- 
cine, radiology and critical care. Critical trau- 
ma patients include people with major blood 
loss or shock as the result of car accidents, 
falls or otiier injuries who require prompt 
surgical intervention. 

SMC heralded by NACo 

The National Association of Counties 
(NACo) has awarded the Lake County 
Stormwater Management Commission 
(SMC) an Achievement Award for SMC's 
countywldc program to reduce nonpoint 
source pollution. 

The. . program, National Pollutant 
Discharge Elimination System Phase II 
(NPDES Phase II), is a partnership between , 
SMC, the County, and the municipalities in 
the county. NPDES Phase II focuses on 
Improving water quality of our lakes, streams 
and \yctlands by reducing pollution. 




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iMki'iantI Arclnws 

Glen Kozlowskl goes after Matt Hicks, 
9, Undenliurst during a running drill 
with the Bears at Lake Villa Township 
Pail('s 1995 football camp. 

10 YEARS AGO • 1995 

A new proposal to raise boater fees at 
the Chain O'Lakes. If Increased, fees would 
be $15 for a small craft, $40 for a medium 
craft and $65 for a large cabin cruiser. Tlie 
current fees were $10, $30 and $50 respec- 
tively. 

In response to a recent heat wave that 
claimed' the lives of more then 700 in 
Chicago, Vernon Hills officials were consid- 



ering an ordinance that would fequire 
landlords to provide a cooling device in at 
least one bedroom of a rental. 

Police arrested a man who held up a 
Grayslake gas station pretending to have a 
gun. The robber made ofT witli $300, said 
the station attendant. The Gurnee man 
who was arrested was also suspected of 
robbing a Wliite Hen in Gurnee. 

15 YEARS AGO • 1990 

The Lake County Forest Preserve Board 
voted 10-9 to delay a vote on tlie Cuneo 
estate. The board voted for a three-week 
delay after one of the estate owners died 
just days before the vote, 

More than $30,000 in jewelry was 
stolen from a Mundeleln home. Residents 
of the house returned home to find a jewel- 
ry box normally kept In the closet, 
sprawled on the floor. 

25 YEARS AGO • 1980 

Officials in Lake County closed Valley 
Lake due to high concentration of bacteria. 
Health Department officials said that bac- 
teria levels had been increasing over time. 
The ban includes all swimming and fish- 
ing. 

The College of Lake County added an , 
African American history class. The class 
was to be held at Waukegan West High 
School. 

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EmbroMerers stitch gifts 
for Habitat for Humanity 

Local members of the Embroiderer's Guild 
of America presented framed embroidered 
samplere to 23 Habitat for Humanity families. 
The families will all be neighbors in Carter 
Woods in Waukegan, the first subdivision built 
by Habitat for Humanity Lake County. 

The housewarming gifts were hand- 
stjtched by members of the Guild. They will 



be presented during the dedication ceremo- 
ny for the latest home to be completed in 
Carter Woods. 

The Embroiderer's Guild of America, 
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Habitat for Humanity logo, the family's name 
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Frank W. Knack 

Age 76 years old of Bristol, Wis., 
passed away Friday July 29, 2005 at 
his home. He was bom in Chicago, 
tlie son . of the late Frank W. and 
Frances (Kodet) Knack and had lived 
in Round Lake. Before his retirement 
he worked as an inspector for Baxter 
Laboratories in Round Lake, and 
prior had worked at Johnson Motors 
inWaukegan as a machinist. On Dec. 
1, 1992 he married Ann R Kbslowski 
in Las Vegas, Nev. 

Survivors include his wife Ann; 
his children, Cindy Lane, Glen 
(Patty) Knack, Linda (Pat) Kathe, 
Patti (Mike) Anderson and Judi 
(Greg) Caulfield; his stepdaughter 
Karen (Jim) Cmtchfield; a brotlier 
Robert (Jean) Knack; 13 grandchil- 
dren and five great grandchildren. In 
addition to his parents he is preced- 
ed in death by a brother and Uiree 
sisters. • 

Fimeral Service was held at 10 
a,m., Aug. 3, at the Strang Funeral 
Home of Antioch in Antioch. 
Interment was in Windridge 
Cemetery in Cary. Visitation was 
from 4-8 p.m., Aug. 2. In lieu of flow- 
ers donations may be made to a fam- 
ily memorial. 

Marie LWilczynski 

A resident of Round 
Lake passed away 
Tliursday, July 21, 2005 at 
Condell Medical Center 
in Libertyville at the age of 83. She 
vras bom in Chicago, to tlie late Sam 
and Lucy Sereno. Marie was a mem- 
ber of St. Joseph Cadiolic Church 
and served in the Women's Air Corp 
during World War II. She retired as a 
secretary from W J. Murphy School 
in 1984. 

Marie is survived by her children 
Jeanne (John) Cox and John 
(Barbara) Wilczynski; her grandchil- 
dren; her great-grandchildren; and 
her siblings She is preceded in death 
by her parents, her husband Ralph 
Wilczynski, a sister, and a brother. 

A funeral mass was celebrated 
on July 25, at 10 a.m. at St. Joseph 
Catholic Church in Round Lake. 
Interment was held immediately 
after the service at Ascension 
Catliolic Cemetery in Libertyville. 
Friends of the family visited on July 
24, from 4-8 p.m. at Strang Funeral 
Chapel and Crematorium in 
Grayslake. Memorials may be made 
to tlic St. Jude's Children Hospital 332 
N. Lauderdale Memphis, Tenn. 
38105 or the Juvenile Diabetes 





Foundation 500 N. Dearbom St. Ste. 
305 Chicago, IL 60610. 

James Edward Libertorc 

Age 75, resident of Round Lake 
Park, passed away Friday, July 29, 
2005 at his home. He was bom in 
New Philadelphia, Ohio to 
Dominick and Rose (nee Leonardi) 
Ljbertore. 

James is survived by his wife Kay 
(nee Meineke) Libertore; his chil- 
dren Kennetli (Debbie) Libertorc of 
West Chicago, Gary Libertore of 
Buffalo Grove; his sister; and a 
nephew. 

Friends of the family may visit 
on Monday, Aug. 1, from 1 p.m., 
until time of service at 2 p.m. at 
Strang Funeral Chapel and 
Crematorium in Grayslake. In lieu of 
flowers memorials may be made to 
tlie Pulmonary Fibrous Foundation, 
1332 N. Halsted, Ste. 201, Chicago, 
Illinois 60622, 312-587-9272. 

Danny H. Danhoff 

Age 59 of Round Lake 
Beach, died Wednesday, 
July 27, 2005 at Condell 
Medical Center in 
Libertyville. He was bom in Chicago 
to John J, and Erna W, (Center) 
Danhoff. Danny was a 26 year veter- 
an of the U.S. Navy retiring in 1986 a 
Master Cliief. He served in Vietnam 
as well as oUier wars. 

Survivors include his mother, 
Ema of Round Lake Beach; a brotli- 
er, John Danhoff Jr. of Round Lake 
Beach and diree nephewre. He is pre- 
ceded in death by his father, John 
Danhoff Sr.; a brother, Bruce 
Danhoff and a sister-in-iaw. 

Visitation was from 2:30-5 p.m. 
on July 31 at Justen's Round Lake 
Funeral Home. Tlie funeral service 
was at 5 p.m. on July 31 at the funer- 
al home with the Rev. Lisle 
Kaullhian officiating. Interment was 
in Oakridge Cemetery in Hillside. 

Karl P. Pokorny 

Age 84 of Lake Villa, passed away 
Wednesday, July 27, 2005 at the 
Northern Illinois Medical Center in 
McHenry. He was bom in Wershetc, 
Yugoslavia tiie son of tlie late Karl 
and Barbara (Ledercr) Pokorny He 
as tlie owner and operator of tlie 
Dorann Wood Working Company. 
On May 29, 1954 he married Anne 
Marie Ziegler in Munich, Germany 

Survivors include his wife of 51 
years, Anne Marie; his sister, 
Elizabeth Kramm of Elmhurst; a 



niece and two nephews. 

Memorial funeral service will be 
held at 11 a.m., Saturday, Aug, 6 at the 
Strang Funeral Home of Antiocli, 1055 
Main St., (Route 83) wiUi Rev. Jolm 
Krebs officiating. Friends desiring 
may make contributions to tlie Lake 
Villa Rescue Squad in liis memory. 

Robert D.Jenkins 

Age 60 of Libertyville, passed- 
away Friday, July 29, 2005 at the 
Condell Medical Center in 
Libertyville. He was tlie owner of 
Jenkins Properties, a real estate 
company in Libertyville. 

Surviving are his wife, EIke 
Jenkins and four children, 
Christopher (Rebecca) Jenkins of 
Virginia, Matthew Jenkins of Lake 
Bluff, Hannah and Zachary Jenkins, 
botli of Uberlyville; his sister, and 
two brothers. He is preceded in 
death by his parents, James and 
Rosella Jenkins and two brotliers. 

A memorial service was held at 6 
p.m., Aug. 2 at Holy Cross Lutlieran 
Church in Libertyville. 

Arrangements were handled by tlie 
Burnett-Dane Funeral Home in 
Libertyville. 

Edward 'Duke' Harper 

Age 87 of Lake Villa passed away 
at his home on Monday, July 25, 
2005. He was born in Chicago, tlie 
son of tlie late Earl and Alice Harper. 

He is survived by his vwfe, Eva; 
Ills son, Donald (Carol); grandchil- 
dren; a sister, an aunt, and a family 
friend, Jonas Pustelninkas. He is pre- 
ceded in death by his daughter, 
MaryULaycock, 

Funeral service was at 9:30 a.m., 
on July 29 from Ringa Funeral Home 
in Lake Villa to Prince of Peace 
Church for a 10 a.m., funeral Mass. 
Interment was at Ascension 
Cemetery in libertyville. Visitation 
was at die funeral home on July 20 
from 4-8 p.m. In lieu of flowers, 
memorials would be appreciated to 
Hospice Partners, 49 Sherwood 
Tbrr., Ste. N., Lake Bluff, IL 60044. 

Terry W.HoIem 

Age 67 of Wmtlirop 
Harbor, passed away 
Wednesday, July 27, 
2005 at Condell Medical 
(Center In Libertyville. Tferry was a 
veteran of the U.S. Army and was 
employed for over 40 years at 
Johnson Motors inWaukegan. 

Surviving arc his dauglitcr, Julia 
Holem of Gages Lake and a sister, 




Carol (Elliot) Engberg of Kenosha, 
Wis. He is preceded in death by his 
parents, William "Babe" and Toini 
Holem. 

A service was held at Uie 
Mausoleum Chapel at Wanen 
Cemetery in Gumce at 10 a.m., July 
29. Entombment followed. 
Arrangements were handled by the 
Burnett-Dane Funeral Home in 
Libertyville. 

Robert J. Sedivec 

Age 56 of Holland, Mich., for- 
merly of Antioch, passed away sud- 
denly on June 12, 2005. 

He is survived by his daughter 
Martha; his ex-wife Abbie; his long 
time friend, Jan Wercn; his sister, 
Susan (Jim Koppa) and nephew Jim 
and Ills brother George (Kay) and 
niece Erin and many relatives and 
friends. 

Bob was an accomplished pho- 
tograplier, an avid reader and a nat- 
uralist. His love of nature and the 
outdoors and his passion for pho- 
tography brought him to Michigan's 
beautiful landscapes and lakeshore. 

He is preceded in deaUi by his 
parents, Evelyn and George Sedivec. 

A memorial service to honor his 
life will be held in the fall of this year 
in Holland, Mich. Donations in 
Bob's name may be made to the 
Holland Rescue Mission, 166 S. 
River Ave., Holland, Mich., 49423 

Beatrice H.Wagner 

Age 74 of Antiocli, passed away 
Wednesday, July 27, 2005 at the 
Gotlilieb Memorial Hospital in 
Melrose Park. She was bom Aug. 30, 
1030 in Chicago, the daugliler of the 
late Edwin and Rose (Prcvost) Smid. 
moving to Lake County in 1956 and 
to Antioch in 1970. Beatrice was a 
member of tlie AARP and was a 
homemaker. On Jan. 24, 1948 she 
married Boyd Wagner in Chicago 
and he preceded her in deatli on 
Feb. 8, 1996. 

Survivors include two sons, 
Craig at home and KeiUi (Kathleen) 
of 'ntjvor, Wis.; two daughter, Jeri 
(Ray) Chinn and Tami (Russell) 
Jackson both of Antioch; three 
grandchildren, Joey, Ryan and Sara 
and one great grandchild, Hailey. In 
addition to her parents and hus- 
band she is preceded in death by a 
brother, Ed SmId. 

Funeral services were private. In 
lieu of flowers donations may be 
made to the Antioch Rescue Squad, 
in her memory. For further informa- 



tion, cal 1 tlie Strang Funeral Home 
of Antioch, 847-395-4000. 

John P. Sjostrom Sr. 

Age 70, a resident of Fox Lake for 
over 48 years, died on Wednesday, 
July 27, 2005 at his home. He was 
born in Waukegan on June 23, 1935 
to Albert and Helen (nee Dickson) 
Sjostrom and had served his country 
in tlie U.S. Army in Korea. He was 
united in marriage on Jan. 19, 1957 
to Joyce M. (nee Magnuson). He was 
formerly employed as a headerman 
with tlie H & S Manufacturing Co. in 
Antioch, and the Anderson 
Manufacturing Co. in Bristol, Wis. 
He is a member of the Mt. Hope 
United Methodist Church in 
Pislakee Highlands, and was a for- 
mer member of the Like Villa 
United Methodist Church, and tlie 
fomier president of the Atwatcr Park 
Improvement Association. He and 
his wife had also enjoyed going to 
tlieir vacation home in LaValle, Wis, 
for die past 35 years. 

Survivors include his children, 
John R Sjostrom Jr. of Fox Lake, 
Jeanne (Daniel) l^xer of Lake Villa; 
his grandchildren, David and Joseph 
Sjostrom and Johnny Case Jr. all of 
Uike Villa; his step-granddaughter, 
Ginger Wollers of Grand Rapids, 
Mich; one step-great granddaugh- 
ter. Jasmine Prause of Grand Rapids, 
Mich.; his brother, Albert; his par- 
ents and a step great-grandson, 
TobyWolters. 

A memorial service was con- 
ducted on July 31 at 1 p.m. at the K, 
K. Hanisher Funeral Home in Fox 
Lake (The Chapel on the Lake) 
Friends visited from 1 1 a.m. tlirougli 
die time of service. Interment was 
private. 

In lieu of flowers, memorials wiU 
be appreciated for Mt Hope United 
Methodist Church Building Fund, 
1015 Broadway, McHenry, IL 60050 
or the Vince Lombardi Cancer 
Clinic, Lombardi Comprehensive 
Cancer Center, Attn: Office of 
Development, Research BIdg. Suite 
E501, 3970 Reservoir Rd., N.W., 
Washington, DC 20057. 

Robert E. Kern 

Age 68 of Lake Villa, 
passed away on Sunday, 
July 24, 2005 at Victory 
Memorial Hospital in 
Waukegan, after a battle 
with cancer. He was born in Elgin, 

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tlie son of Uic late Fannie and 
Godfred Kem. He \ras a veteran serv- 
ing in the U.S. Army in Germany 
attaining the rank of Spec4, On Dec 
28, 1957 he married Mary Semeny. 

He is survived by his wife, Mary; 
his daughter, Heather (John) 
Fredericksen and his diree grand- 
children. 

Funeral service was private. 
Arrangements were handled by the 
Ringa Funeral Home in Lake Villa. 

Adele G. Monahan 
(nee Thompson) 

Age 80, a resident of Fox Lake for 
die past 13 years formerly of 
.Chicago, died Monday, Aug. 1, 2005 
in Fox Lake, She was bom on Aug. 24, 
1924 in Grafton, ND and had been 
formerly employed widi Mars Candy 
in Chicago, She was a member of the 
Lakes Region American Legion Post 
703 Ladies Auxiliary, the Fox Lake 
Garden Club, and the Fox Lake 
McDonald's "Breakfast Club." She 
had enjoyed the Chain 0' Lakes, gar- 
dening, caring for her family and her 
three dogs, Scooter, Clint andToopsa 
and for the past five years had 
resided in Leisure Village. 

Survivors include, her daughter. 
Colleen (Shannon) Monahan of Fox 
Lake; and her niece, Debbi 
Thompson of California. OUier rela- 
tives survive as well as many friends 
including those at die Fox L.ake 
McDonalds. She is preceded in deadi 
by her husband Donald Monahan; 
one brotlier, Uiree sisters and her 
parents. 

Private services were arranged 
for by tlie K. K. Hamsher Funeral 
Home in Fox Lake (Tlie Chapel on 
the Lake) Interment was private. 
Memorials for the American Lung 
Association, 1440 W. Washington 
Blvd., Chicago, IL 60607 will be 
appreciated by the family 

Josephine DanccITbrla 

Age 52, passed away July 27, 2005 



at Higliland Park Hospital. 

Josie is survived by her husband 
Bonnie; son. Jay and daughter, Toni 
Rose. Odier survivors include her 
mother Ijedesma; brothers, Rodney, 
Roger, Roy, Raul and Rodrick; sisters 
Lorraine and Rowena. She is preced- 
ed in deaUi by her fadier Rodolfo 
Dancel. 

She was a loving vwfe, dedicated' 
modier, a dear aunt to all her nieces 
and nephews, a good sister, a devot- 
ed sister-in-law and a great friend. 

She was a nurse at Highland Park 
Hospital for over 25 y ears. 

Private services were held at 
Lakewood Crematory in Lake Bluff 
Virith her family Prayer service and 
Mass will be done for her with fami- 
ly and friends on Aug. 6 at the 
Mundelein Senior Center, 1200 
Regent Dr. in Mundelein, Mass start- 
ing at 5 p.m. 

Richard C Klean 

Age 74, of West 
Richland, Wash., passed 
away July 26, 2005 at his 
home in West Richland. 
He was born July 
11, 1931 in 
Chicago, to 

Edward and Stella 
Klean and has 
lived in the TVi- 
Cides area for 25 
years. Richard was 
a retired automobile mechanic and 
an Army veteran, having served in 
Korea. He was a member of St. 
Peter's Church and die Knights of 
Columbus. 

He is survived by his wife, Grace; 
sons Richard (Margie), Gary 
(Roxane) and KenneUi (Patti); 
daugliter Karen (Glynis); 16 grand- 
cliildren; one great-grandchild. His 
parents preceded him in deaUi. 

A Memorial Mass is pending. 
Memorial contributions may be 
made to University of Washington 
Medical Center, Stroke Research, 
1325 4Ui Ave., Ste. 2000, SeatUe, WA 





98101, or to the American Cancer 
Society. 

Mildred C. Anderson 

Age 89 of AnUoch, passed away 
Monday Aug. 1, 2005 at Rolling Hills 
Manor, Zion. She was born in 
Chicago, the daughter of die late 
Willard and Clara (Koenig) 
Redmond. During WWII, she worked 
in a Defense Plant, Slie had also been 
awaitress in Gary, and ahomemaker. 

Survivors include one daughter, 
Sharon T. Marvitz of Kenosha, Wis.; 
one son, Frederick (Susan) Anderson 
of Nevada; four grandchildren; eight 
great-grandchildren; and three 
great-great-grandchildren. She is 
preceded in deadi by her husband 
Andrew Anderson in 1963 and a 
brodier. 

A memorial service was held at 
1 1 a.m., Aug. 4, at die Strang Fimeral 
Home of Antioch, wiUi Rev. Roger 
Black of St. Stephen Lutheran 
Church of Antioch, officiating. 
Interment was private. In lieu of 
flowers, tliose desiring may make 
donations to a family memorial in 
her memory. 

Melbin Lozan 

Age 79 of Waukegan, 
passed away on July 27, 
2005 at Victory 
Memorial Hospital in 
Waukegan. Melbin was bom in New 
Grieans, La., son ofWalter Lozan and 
Charlotte London Lozan. He served 
in die U.S. Navy firom 1944-1946 and 
was acdve in WWII. He vras awarded 
die Asiadc Pacific Area Ribbon (one 
star), the Philippine Liberation 
Ribbon and the WWII Victory Medal. 
Melbin worked at the Bradshaw and 
Range Funeral Home in Waukegan 
and also as a cook for the U.S. Navy 
at Great Lakes Naval Hospital in 
Nordi Chicago. 

Survivors include a sister, Doris 
Lozan Rivers of New Orieans, La.; 
three children, Melbin jr. of Oregon, 
Bill J, (Rebecca) Lozan of Round Lake 




and Tony M. Lozan of Waukegan; 
seven grandchildren; a great-grand- 
child and a host of other relatives 
and friends. He is preceded in death 
by his parents, Walter and Charlotte; 
a son, Randy; five brothers and three 
sisters. 

Funeral service was held on Aug. 
3, at 11:30 a.m. at Shiloh Missionary 
Baptist Church in Waukegan vddi 
Rev. Walstone E. Francis pastor, offi- 
ciadng. Interment was at Nordi 
Shore Garden of Memories 
Cemetery in North Chicago. 
Visitation began at 10 a.m. iintil the 
time of service at the church. 
Masonic Rites began at 10 a.m. at the 
church. Arrangements were handled 
by Bradshaw and Range Funeral 
Home in Waukegan. 

Michael Potts 

Age 70 of Libertyville, passed 
away Monday, Aug. 1, 2005 at the 
Condell Medical Center in 
Libertyville. He served in the U.S. Air 
Force. 

Mike was the husband of 50 
years to Roberta "Bobbi" Jenkins; 
loving father of Michael 
(Jennifer) Potts of Denver, Colo., 
Bill Potts and Patrick (Kari) Potts, 
both of Barrington, Stephen 
(Michelle) Potts of Libertyville, 
Catherine (Bruce) LeMasurier of 
Hawthorn Woods and Maureen 
(Mark) Himes of Barrington. He 
was the grandfadier of 22 and great 
grandfather of one; brodier of one 



and many odier relatives and 
friends. He is preceded in death by 
his parents, Norbert and Faye Potts 
and by a sister. 

Prayers began at 10 a.m., Aug, 4 
at the Burnett-Dane Funeral Home 
in Libertyville and continued to "St 
Joseph Church for the funeral Mass 
at 10:30 a.m. Visitation was from 4-9 
p.m. on Aug. 3, Memorial contribu- 
tions can be made to the St, Joseph 
School Endowment fund, 121 E. 
Maple Ave., UbertyviJle, IL 60048. 

Edith Sherman Ward 

Age 87 of Prairie View, passed 
away Saturday, July 30, 2005 at her 
home. She was a former administra- 
tive secretary for the Highland Park 
High School District 

Surviving are her husband of 66 
yeas, Arthur Ward; tliree daugliters, 
Sherry Johnson of Prairie View, 
Lynda (Jim) Gauker of buder, Penn. 
and Ardith (Carlos) Cortes of 
Algonquin; two grandchildren. She is 
preceded in deatli by her parents, 
Ross and Evelyn Sherman and by a 
sister. 

A memorial service will be held 
at 10:30 a.m., Saturday, Aug. 6 at Uie 
Lutiieran Church of die Holy Spirit, 
30 Riverwoods Rd., in Lincolnshire. 
Memorial contributions can be 
made to the Washburn 
Congregational Church. 

Arrangements were handled by the 
Burnett-Dane Funeral Home in 
Libertyville, 



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ssBiiDiieunces 2 leases at 
execiiitiTO park 

Artliur J. Rogers & Co., a partner of The 
Core Network, has announced Uiat Nonnan 
Ross completed t\vo leases at Rogers 
Executive Parke located at I^kevievv 
, Parkway and Fairview Drive in Vernon Hills, 
.tj: In the first transaction, LS. Starretl 
|Company, a manufacturer of more than 
|5,000 variations of precision tools, gauges, 
Imeasuring iiistninients and saw blades for 
t'ihdusirial, professional and consuraermar- 
■ kets worldwide, leased an additional 2,400 * 
|square feet of office space, 

Ross also represented ownership at 
'' ;Rogers Executive Parke in a 2 ,690 square 
|fbot office lease renewal to Shutah Camera v 
f^ Video. Shutan Camera & Video was estab- 
jlislied ini918j by Edwin B. Shutah to serve 
[the growing needs bf.Ghicago's photograph- 
•ic enthusiasts. . 



fPafne/Wetziel completes I 

i,; Paine/Wetzel-UNCOR Tnterriational has,;] 
|"amiounced that the firm has completed j 
|(sbme industrial saletransactions in tlie ! 
Ghicagoland area. 

; .12 Builders, Ina purcliased Lot 6, a ' 
56,580 square foot land parcel, located _ 
j-within the Oasis Business Center on 



jBoulton Boulevard in Mettawa. Ground is*" -■ 
fscheduled to be broken in the third quarter 

of2005andtherirmwill relocate from i 

Green Oaks. 

R,I. Furniture, an.oflice furniture dealer,. . 
,;has purchased a 30,000 square foot build-; :^\ 
rto-suit facility located at Lakeside Drive and' 
■Shields Drive witliin die Amhurst Lakes 



'Business Parkin Waukegan. llie new build-- 
j ing was a relocation for tlie finn. 

Grisipild receiffes award 

l^r VGrisiwold Special Care, a multi-national i 
f^honiecare company recendy gave special r 
I'reco^ition to its Lake County office by, 
' bestowing the Gold Heart Award, part of its 
: Quality Assurance Program, Founded in 
' 1982 to provide tlie hi^iest quality care and 
■ maintain tlie dignity, comfort, safety and 
f happiness of its Clients, today die company 
\ has more dian 85 offices located in 16 stales 
? as well as operaUons in South Korea and 
Mexico,Theoflice,whIcli has been provid- 
, ing care for area residerits for. two and one- 
L half years, was pleased that it's attention to 
I quality has resulted in the prestigious Gold 
t Heart. 

Top commercial agent 

fr , RE/MAX Realtors from I>ake ViUa led 
f, tlie commercial real estate category in the 
|, RE/MAX Northern Illinois network during 
* the fit?it half of 2005, rimothy Buffliam of 
; RE/MAX Premier Really, Lake Villa, ranked 
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managers 

Consumers Cooperative Credit Union 
(CCCU) recently promoted Uiree employ- 
ees to new management posiUons at tlie 
Member-owned credit union. Katy 
Thomas vwis promoted to the new position 
of Contact Center Manger; Patricia Sanchez 
was promoted to Deposit Specialist; and, 
tlie Member-owned credit union wel- 
comed back Sandra De Jesus as Branch 
Manger in Waukegan. 

Thomas, a former Member Service 
Representadve from the Round L^e Beach 
office, has been widi CCCU for almost four 
years, with extensive experience. 

Sanchez was formerly tlie Member 
Service Manager at the credit union's 
Waukegan office. She is CCCU's first 
Deposit Specialist, a position created to 
better serve Members needs. Sanchez has 



been vridi CCCU for more dian five years. 
Dejesus was die Branch Manager at tlie 
Round Lake Beach branch from 2002-04. 
She rejoins Consumere CooperaUve Credit 
Union to manage the organization's largest 
office. Dejesus has 10 years of experience at 
CCCU. 

New HR manager at 
Baxter and Woodman 

Amy S.TXimer has been retained by " 
Baxter and Woodman, Inc. as the new 
Human Resources Manager. She currently 
holds a Master's In l-luman Resources 
Management from Keller Graduate School 
and has worked in the field for over ten 
years, "nimer is looking forward to the 
challenge of developing and designing die 
Human Resources Department and "to 
working with die outstanding employees of 
Baxter & Woodman, Inc." Originally from 
Waterloo, Iowa, she currently resides in 
Grayslake wiUi her husband, Barry, and her 
dauglitcr, Sara. 



Vista employee earinis 
citizen's service award 

LuAnna Shellon. 
ofBeachParkisone 
ofthrec area resi- 
dents being hon- 
ored by tlie Lake 
County Medical 
Society. For over 20 
years die Lake 
County Medical 
Society has been 
recognizing people 
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Tlieir Citizen's Service A:vard brings special 
recognidon to non-physician individuals 
for dieic work or volunteer actividcs. 

Shelton is being recognized for her 
years of dedicated, job-related nursing, 
teaching, and exccpdonal volunteer efforts 
at Vista Health Victory Memorial I-Iospital. 
Her efforts to provide assistance and edu- 
cational support to so many people during 
difficult dmes have truly made a difference. 




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It's been an active summer of community 
involvement for staff at Consumers 
Cooperative Credit Union (CCCU). The 
Member-owned credit union has lent support 
to a variety of worthwhile activities by actively 
participating in community, charity and busi- 
ness events diroughout Lake County. 

"Supporting local events such as parades 
and village festivals is a very high priority for 
Consumers Cooperative Credit Union," said 
Sean M. Rathjen, CCCU President. "The cred- 
it union is only as strong as the communities 
we serve, so it's important for us to roll up our 
sleeves and get involved wherever possible. 
Sometimes that means involvement, while 

Management of 

food service course 

coming to €LC 

An information session on die College of 
Lake County's Food Service Management 
(FSM) and Culinary Arts programs will, be on 
Aug. 15, from 6 to 8 p.m., in the Willow Room 
(COOl) on the Grayslake Campus. 

Clifford Wener, FSM coordinator, will 
review CLC's food service program, which pro- 
vides technical training in food preparation, 
food operations and food service management. 

The program is designed for individuals 
who are interested in starting dieir own busi- 
ness or pursuing careers as chefs, cooks or 
managers of catering services, restaurants or 
institutions. 

Wener will provide information on die 
associate in applied science degree program in 
Food Service Management and shorter-term 
certificates in Culinary Arts, Professional Cook 
and Food Service Management. He also will 
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other times diese organizations need financial 
support - so we try to meet each one at its level 
of need. We're able to do that because we are 
blessed witii employees who also believe in 
this approach - folks willing to take die time to 
participate in community activities." 

Consumers Cooperative Credit Union was 
out in force for die American Cancer Society's 
Relay for Life at Bevier Park in Waukegan. 
Collecting $6,316 in donations for the 
American Cancer Society, the hearty group 
stepped off to walk throughout die niglit and 
into the wee morning hours in support of this 
worthwhile cause. 

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employees were also involved in several com- . 
munity activities. Tlie credit union had an 
impressive showing at Waukcgan's 
Independence Day Parade, with nearly 40 staff 
members and players on local teams spon- 
sored by CCCU. Later tiiat same night, anoth- 
er crew from the credit union staffed a 
fundraising tent at Mundclein Days. 

Other summer involvement included sup- 
port for golf outings hosted by the Lake County 
and GLMV Clianiber of Commerce, 
Mundelein MainStreei and the T.W. Doig 
Cliapter of Credit Unions. Hie credit union is 
sponsoring activities at Gumee Days, will it 
will also have a boodi. 




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Lake, 847-740-4434. Owner: Mary Ellen 847-566-1956. Owner: Natalia Tolstova. 
lohnson. Purpose: Bar Purpose: Travel Services 



Chlwan Enterprise limited, 504 Lakeview 
Dr., Mundelein, 847-566-6067. Owner: 
Nguchie Gathogo. Purpose: Air and water 
purifier systems, nutrients 

Sports Gifts 2 Go, 301 Wmdmill Creek Dr., 
Antioch 847-838-4110. Owner Raymond |. 
Czlczo. Purpose: Sale of Sports Related Items. 

Dogs In Motion, In Home Canine 

RcbablUtntion and Wellness, 212 Dunton 
Ct., Mundelein, 847-949-8455. Owner: 
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injury, illness, surgery, etc. 

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lUiH Ufe Pet Core, 968 Chesapeake Blvd, 
Grayslake, 847-772-7843. Ownen Wllllnm J. 
I^rman r*urpose: Pet sitting, dog walking service. 

CoreOeaners, 12 W. Belvidcre Rd., 
Hainesville, 847-224-6961. Owner: Steve 
Kim. Purpose: Dryclean service 

Midwest Note Pros, 36147 N. Douglas Terr, 
Gumee, 1-866-390-4343. Ownen Sharon, 
Geoi^e KJubn. Purpose: Note buying service 

Supreme Wholesale, 653 Windsor Dr., Fox 
Lake, 847-660-7035. Owner Ryan Conti. 
Purpose: Sell merchandise (making of elec- 
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It's back to school, and you know what tliat 
means — shopping! Stocking up on new 
shoes, pens, pencils and more year in and year 
out can take a toll on the wallet. In fact, tlie 
most recent study by the National Retail 
Federation on back-to-school spending habits 
found tliat families widi school-age children 
planned to spend about $500 on back-to- 
school items in 2004. Since that number was 
up 7.2 percent from 2003, it's bound to go up 
even higher in 2005! 

Shopping for school supplies doesn't have 
to add up to a financial nightmare. Here are 
some creative ways to keep money in your 
wallet and save it for....college! 

1. Go through your own house. Your kids 
may want a new box of crayons, but if you have 
four unopened boxes sitting in die playroom, 
there's no need to buy a new one. Encourage 
sharing of supplies amongst siblings. If your 
oldest daughter Jackie finds two new packages 
of loose leaf paper in her desk drawer, ask her 
to give one package to her younger brother, 
Steven. 

2. Set a budget. After taking an inventory of 
what supplies you already have, make a prior- 
itized list of what you need for the school year. 
And check your school's dress code before 
going on a shopping spree. Loop your child in 
on tlie budget. That way, he can get a practical 
lesson in math outside tlie classroom. 

3. Don't feel like you have to buy every- 
thing before school starts. Over the summer, a 
teacher may send a list of what you need to 
buy, but tliat doesn't mean you have to buy 
those items immediately. Start with the essen- 
tials like pens, pencils and erasers, and buy the 
extras like the protractor and fancy eraser later 
on down the road. Teachers may change les- 
son plans during the school year, and your 
child may not even need those extra items 
after all. Waiting also gives you a chance to 
shop for those items during clearance sales. 

4. Clip your way to savings. That means scan- 
ning papers and flyers for coupons.Get the 
kids into coupon clipping and you're also 
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5. Hunt for bar- 
gains. You'll notice 
that one store puts 
staplers on sale and 
anoUier has rulers 
on sale. That's why 
it's important to 
shop around. The 
back-to-school sec- 
tion of the drug- 

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might find that P "9 "s an annual rite 
items are cheaper at 0* passage. Keep 
office-supply or ^osts downs by fol- 
bulk warehouse lowing some easy tips. 

stores. Just don't 

shop too much: You'll end up spending your 

budget on gas! 

6. WrAp books creatively. Don't waste 
money on textbook covers. Use old wrappinfr 
paper for a creative touch. Take die cartoon 
secdon from the newspaper to add some color 
to a book cover. Wrap books in brown-paper 
grocery bags and kids can decorate to their 
hearts' content. 

7. Make it yourself. You don't have to be a 
seamstress to make your kids' school supplies. 
To make a pencil pouch, Sew together two 
pieces of fabric in your son's favorite shade of 
blue. Tlien stlch his name on the front. Or, look 
to household basics that can double as school 
supplies. Concoct a pencil holder from an old 
can of frozen juice. Finished boxes of cereal 
and detergent can make magazine or book 
holders. 

8. "Steal" it. Your office may have a surplus 
of pencils or notebooks that will eventually be 
thrown away. Just ask someone before you pil- 
lage the supply closet, of course! 

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As parents, we send our kids off to school 
hoping they'll come home witli a report card 
full of A's. Every parent wants a successful stu- 
dent, but not every parent knows how to foster 
one. Tlie key, in fact, lies in what parents do 
when their children are not in school. Parents 
can take several steps at home to ensure suc- 
cess in tlie classroom. 

1. Create a "reading culture" at home. 
Reading is tlie foundation of all skills learned 
in school. A love of reading helps students witli 
tlieir vocabulary and problem-solving skills. 
Thus, parents must start early when encourag- 
ing their children to read. 




Parente and caregivers can take steps at 
home to ensure they're fostering the right 
learning habits for success In school. 

First, be sure that your child sees tliat you 
value reading. Show your child that you read 
for pleasure and tliat reading is required for 
many day-to-day activities. Read recipes, 
directions, and newspapers aloud to your 
child while you are completing housework. 
Wlien your child is of reading age, ask him to 
read iliesc items to you. 



The U.S. Department of Education recom- 
mends limiting television watching to less 
than two hours a day Teach your children that 
reading can be just as much fun as the TV. Be 
sure that your house is filled witli age-appro- 
priate books and magazines, and encourage 
your child to read a book instead of turning on 
Uie television. The U.S. Dept. of Education has 
a guide to fun activities to encourage your 
child to read, found at www.ed.gov. The more 
your child reads during elementary school, the 
easier it will be to read more material in tlie 
higher grade levels. 

2. Encourage your kids to be independent 
problem solvers. If parents are ready to solve 
the slightest problem for tlieir children, from 
tying their shoes to cleaning up spilled juice, 
their kids will not be veiling to complete proj- 
ects at school. Instead of jumping In to help, 
praise your child when she solves a difficulty 
on her own. (However, be sure to only praise 
her if she succeeds at a difficult task; praising 
for every accomplishment won't encourage 
her to try new challenges.) If she can't figure 
out a math problem, don't show her the 
answer. Encourage her to try a different 
metliod of solving the equation. 

Teach your children how to break down 
big jobs into small steps. A student who can 
separate cleaning her room into laundry, bed 
making, and dusting will be adept at handling 
projects, such as book reports and science fair 
posters, in tlie classroom later on. Be sure to 
reward your child for starting a project early 
and organizing her time well by getting her a 
new book or treating her to ice cream. 

Acquiring iliis skill will hopefully prevent 
her from staying up all night to finish a paper 
in high school and college! 

Finally, let your child take responsibility 
for her own mistakes. If her teacher tells you 
that your little angel is too talkative in class or 
doesn't turn in her homework on time, don't 
msh to her defense. Find out your daughter's 
side of the story, and if it is true, let her accept 
the consequences of her actions, which will 
help her act more responsibly in the future. 
3. Make school a priority. Parents who want 
successful students need to show their kids 
that school is of utmost importance. The best 
way to convey tliis idea is to team up vrilh your 



child's teacher. On tlie first day of school, find 
out your district's standards and course of 
study. Know what your child is expected to 
be able to do by the end of the year, and 
help her work towards those goals. E-mail 
your child's teacher periodically to find 
out how your child is performing, and let 
your child know that you and her teacher 
are keeping in touch. 

Also, make sure diat your budding student 
has a "homework space" in your house. It 
should be a writing surface in a quiet area of 
your home, away from distractions. She needs 
pens and pencils, lined and graph paper, a cal- 
culator, and a diclionarj'. Her study space 
should be far away from the IV or phone, but 
close to you in case she needs Help. Let your 
child decorate this special space to her liking 
to make it her own. Tlien, decide wiUi your 



child how much time she will allot to home- 
work each night. Setting a regular schedule 
helps her develop a routine. Even if she doesn't 
have homework on a particular night, encour- 
age her to use the time to read or complete 
extra practice problems. The more she 
becomes accustomed to a certain amount of 
work each night, the easier she will find it com- 
plete her homework. 

Finally, be sure to focus on what your child 
is learning rather than the grade lie is getting. 
While grades can be a measure of success, it is 
more important tliat your child is acquiring 
good study habits and new skills. And focusing 
on the grade can tempt you to "help" too much 
with homework and projecLs. Let your child 
knowyou are proud of the progress he's made, 
and the grades will follow. Soon, your child will 
become a star student! 






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Tlie McNulty School of Irish Dance oITers kids 
a fun way to connect with today's multi-cul- 
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learning to appreciate world dance tradi- 
tions. McNulty dancers stretch their minds 
as well as their physical abilities - to 
embrace new ideas, respect world cul- 
tures, and build new friendships while 
appreciating old traditions. 

Tlie McNulty School oficrs opportunities 
for student to compete, perfomi, and travel 
with Irish Dance. Later this summer, the 
McNulty Irish Dancers will be performing at 
Uic Illinois State Fair in Springfield (Mon Aug 
15), a Schaumburg Flyers Baseball game (Fri 
Aug 26), Peoria's Erin Fesi (Sat Aug 27), St. 
CaUierine's Irish Fesl in West Dundee (Sun Sep 
11), and Chicago Celtic Fcst (Sat Sep 17). 

Barbara McNulty T.C.U.G. founded the 



McNulty School in 1971. She is certified to 
teach Irish dance by the Irish Dance 
Commission in Dublin, Ireland (hence the 
'XC.U.G.' designation). 

"It is so important that Irish dance teach- 
cre be certified, to assure cultural integrity in 
their work, and so their students may partici- 
pate in sanctioned competitions," says 
McNulty. Certification is a grueling process. 
It requires personal mastery of luindreds of 
dances; the successful completion of written 
and auditory exams; and passing stringent 
adjudication in dance performance and teach- 
ing. 

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boys only and teen beginner classes in some 
locations. 

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• Classes for children & adults 

• 1 9 Chicagoland class locations including Libertyville 

• Boys only & teen beginner classes 

• Many opportunities to perform & compete 

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phone: 847.698.4434 • e-mail: info@mcnultyirishdancers.com 

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'tt KeanelHelp 

'm Apply in person ol 

* Animal Care & 
it Medical Center 

V 43S PoloiGon Ret., Uborlyvillo 
'j^ or call 

.a 847-362-5954 



NOW HIRING COOK 

For Sundays & other 

possible 

Part-Time hrs. 

Near Evonston. 

Call (847) 322-2429. 



RN AMBULATORY ll 

SURGERY CENTER 

FOR PAIN MGMT. 

It you ero socking to 

achieve superior cllnlcol 

outcomes & bo port of a 

winning environment, 

then wo havo Just the 

job (or youl Tho O.R. 

toam Is In need ol a PT 

pre/post-op nurse to |ob 

share In our rapidly 

growing facility. 

Current RN license and 

good tV ekllls required. 

No call, ovenlngs, 
weekends or holidays. 

Clinic located In 

UtKirlyvllls, 40 miles 

north of Chicago. 

Faxrosumoto:' 

{847)549-1646. 



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noodod In Round Lake. 

Gymnas(/cs, Kamto, 

KIckboxIng, Hip Hop 

and BaUot 

i^ 847-546-1400 „ 



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IBiiavailabIc at 
Veterinary Hospital. 




Experienced 
groomers only. 

Please call 




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Are you a compassionate and ener- 
lietlc Dental Assistant lookf nig for a 

new OPpOltUnlty? ir so, join our growing pre- 
mier practice located in Libertyviiic! We arc iook- 
ing Tor a Full Time Dental Assistant to join our 
practice. Tlic Ideal candidate must have at least 1 
year of dental assisting experience, excellent com- 
munication, and a 
professional demeanor. 
Tp apply send you r. ,rc. sumc to 
ire8liinckE 2_@apl,,c.om| or fox 847-756-44654. 
Reference code 313. 



PATlEISfr ADVOCATE 

Scclcing rep to develop telephone rapport & assist 
individuals in processing Medicaid applications. 
Must have ability to learn complex technical 
information to communicate effectively with 
various individuals, process work under time 
constraint and woric with computer to process 
and document activity. We offer a competitive 
salary and excellent benefits. Send resume 
w/cover letter to: 

R&B Solutions 

OGONortlipointBlvd • Waultcgan, 11 60005 
Att: Kim Chapman or 



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Staff ManagerTient is in their busy season. Imnnediate starts 
at our premier client's site In Pleasant Pralrto and Kenosha. 

• Various positions available 

■ Benefits and paid time off program 

• Weekly paychecit, steady schedules 

• Regular pay Increases, stable company 

• No experience necessary, full training 



DAILY OPEN INTERVIEW 

Call Now to Schedule: 

262-94.7-7127 

11500 80th Ave. , 
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For general Information, call: 

1-888-41 2-JOBS, ext WS5-S66 

or apply online; 
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EIRST BANK OF HIGHLAND PARK 



FIRST BANK OF HIGHLAND PARK 
FULL-TIME TELLERS 

Friendly & professional atmosphere!! Our bank 

is looking for energized, team-players w/a min. 

of 1 yr. cash handling exp. & quality customer 

service skills. Previous teller experience a 

piusi If you are Interested in working (or an 

established, independent communily bank, 

w/quality benefits please forward your resume 
to H.R. via Fax, email or mail. 

Fax:(847)433-3195 

email: Delliott@flrstbankhp.com 

1835 First St., 

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FBHP performs credit & background 
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A FUN JOBI NOW HIRING 
18-24 SHARP GUYS & 
GIRLS, FREE TO TRAVEL 
USA, REPRESENTING 150+ 
LEADING FASHION, 

SPORTS, IVIUSIC PUBLICA- 
TIONS. 2WKS PAID TRAIN- 
ING. TRANSPORTATION & 
LODGING FURNISHED. RE- 
TURN TRIP GUARANTEED. 
CALLL JIM (866)924-3769. 



A TRAVEL JOB; Young busi- 
ness group sooklng 12 shnrp 
indlvlduatsi Recoivo $500 
signing bonusll Must bo ablo 
to travel. Call Diane (877)724- 
3386 toil Iroo todayl 



CLASS A DRIVERS don't sst- 
llo for less than 34cpm to 
start. .wild just 3 mos oxp,, 
start at 34cpm... starting pay 
up to 36cpml Avorago ago of 
our lloQt is 1.4 yrs. drive an 
asstgnod conventional & take 
It homo for. time off every 
2vi;ks. No touch- freight, wkly 
pay. full bonelils. (877)452- 
5627 to apply, by phono 7 
days a wj< EOE-^Min. ,3 mos. 
exp req'd. .■•*'-•.• 



AUTO 

TRANSPORT 

DRIVER 

I -Min 3 yr driving exp. 
-Clean driving record 
-Full benefits 
I -Will train 

Fax resume & 
info to: 

847-487-9867 



BELLIEVE ITI WE pay what 
you doservei Run regional! 
S.44/miiQl Homo wkly! Run 
close to ' homei 

BlueCross/bluo Shioldl 401 K 
HEARTLAND EXPRESS 

(800)441-4953 www.hoartlan- 
doxpross.com, 

CHECK THIS OUTIt Ownor 
operators mEi]or now up- 
datoslll Dry yan, repeat lanes, 
plate program & more. ..Give 
us a call' todayil (888)446- 
4642. ■ ■ ■ 



niciUcnl nc searcliTeclinkltin 

llie Henry M.Jnck.son Foundation for the Advancemt'nt 
of Military Medicine Is seeking 3 Medical liesccircli 
Technicians for the Dopioymcnl Health Research Center 
located nt llic Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, Illinois 
Individuals vfili lie responsible for research and/or 
development In collaboration with a multldlsclplliiary 
team to*asslst w|th recruitment, specimen and data col- 
lection, data management, and drafting teclinlcal docu- 
ments In support of large prospective cohort studies of 
military personnel. 

Assist with study- fccruhmciit and administering 
informed consent to military recruit populations; admin- 
isters sIioIb; collects specimens that will Include blood 
draws; performs routine and specialized tests and proce- 
dures in accordance with clinical rcsearcli protocols. 
Serve as a technical resource to the research team for vac- 
cine administration. Order and maintain inventories of 
laboratory supplies. Perform all other duties as assigned. 
Candidate must have kiiowlctlgc of standard laboratory 
equipment and safety procedures. Will be trained on 
proper throat, urine, and blood collection techniques. 
Ability to interface with Investigators, vendors, research' 
staff, ond study participants. RN or LPN prBferred; train- 
ing as a Phlebotomlst.O - 2 years In a clinical setting 
Please apply on-line at www.lilf.orti^corecrs lo 
any one of Job Numbersi 
201343 or 201344 or 201345 
Tlie Henry M.Jackson Fbundatlon for (lie Advancement 

of Mlihary Medicine is a nonprofit medical research 

organization providing support services to the military 

medical communily. We offer a competitive salary and 

generous benefits package. 

AA/IiEO 



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Have you ever dreamt oF a 
career in early childhood 
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DATA ENTRY WORK from 
homo. Flexible hursi SSSS 
Groat Pay SS$S Personal 
computer req'd. (800)873- 
0345 x208. 



CDL - A Local -Dodicaied 
system runs avail. Company 
drivere - owner operators. 
Small tieot owner - lease pur- 
chase avail. Above Industry 
pay - benolits aval, (800)308- 
1893 or (866)250-3393. 



TRAIN FOR A 

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WERNER ENIERPRISES 

NO CDL = NO PROBLEM 

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MOVIE EXTRAS, ACTORS, 
modeisi Make S100-$300/day 
no exp. roq'd., FT/PT all looks 
nocdodi (800)341-0798. 




We are looking for YOUI 

Full & Part Timo A.M. & P.M 

CounsQlor Positions 

Avaiiabto 

• Monday-Friday 
Supervise school-ago 

children In: 

• Outside Ploy 

• indoor Activitlos 

• Arts & Crafts 

• Cooperative Games 

•Gym Games- ' 

• Field Trips 

Seretng Lake County, IL 

Call 847-548-0771 

Positions available 

throughout Lake County 




Bkectors & 
Teachers 

of Daycare Facility 

-Must be a ECE 

licensed qualified 

Teacher- 

Serving Lake County, IL 

Call 847/548-0771 



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GUARANTEED HOME 48 
HOURS WEEKLY + Orienta- 
tion pay 4- benefits avail, + 
late model walk-In condos. 
Class-A /6 months OTR. 
(877)687-5627 JDC Logistics. 
Franklin, Wi. 



DRIVER - COVENANT Trans- 
port. Regional runs avail., 
home wkly. Exc pay & bene- 
fits. Exp, Drivers, O/O & stu- 
dents welcome. Equal oppor- 
tunity employer (88S)MORE- 
PAY (888-667-3729). 



DRIVER: TUITION PAID 
trainlngl CDL-A in 2,5wks. 
Tuition reimbursement for re- 
cent graduates! Miles, money, 
home timol Musi be 21. Drivo 
CRST Van Expedited. 
(800)553-2778. 



DRIVERS - ACCEPTING 
TralneesI 16 day CDLI No 
money down, student llnanc- 
Ingl Tuition reimbursement 
avail. Job placement assL 
Call Mon-Sun (800)883-0171 
xA-45. 



DRIVERS - BUSKE lines top 
pay, top miles, top companyl 
Owner operators .93 lo 
S1.D7/mllo with many extras. 
Company drivers .40cpm. 
Dedicated njns. Call 
(877)613-6365x286. 



DRIVERS - CDL A. Our driv- 
ers are making OVER 
S1100/wkl Immed. openings 
for regional runsi.Gest pay, 
money, &"homolimol No haz- 
mat req'd, (800)762-3776, 



DRIVERS - PAY increasol 
Si 000 sign on for exp'd OTR, 
Dedicated & Regional avail, 
also. Owner operators, teams, 
CDL grads welcome. USA 
Tmck (866)483-3413. 

DRIVERS ARE YOU getting a 
pay raise in 2005? Rooht driv- 
ers arol Van - up to $.39, Flat- 
bed - S.41, plus tarp. Sign-on 
bonus. Students welcome. 
Class A req'd EOE Call 
Roehl, (877)774-5313. 

www.GoRoDhLcom , 

EARN S1000-S3500/WEEK" 
LYI ANSWERING surveys on- 
linol $25-575, OO/per surveyi 
Free reglstralloni Guaranteed 
paychocksl Free government 
grantsl Process e-mail online 
Earn S25/per email. $12,000- 
$500,000 Everyone qualifiesi 
incredible opportunities. 

vimw.ReatCashPrograms.com 



eBay wori<ers needed. 
SSSSSWeekly Use your home 
computer/laptop. No exp. 
req'd. Call online supplier 
(800)693-9398x8170. 

ENTREPRENEURS WANT- 
ED. LEARN to earn $2000- 
S4000/wk from home. Call for 
free msg. (800)259-0519 
www,RIchardFelix.blz, 



Food Sorvlco 

COOKS/UNE SEKVESS A 
UADCOOK 

r-ood Service CO seeks FTl 

IT Cook/lJne Servers 8< a Lead 

Qiok. 

'FT/IT Cook/ Lino Servers must 
liave cooklnR exp,, obllUy to 
mulll'tiulcand have a valid 
driver's license. 
'Ixad Coalcrnusi liavc stale 
santtnliaiillccn&curoblaln 
wtlhin 3 niorulu of htrc, good 
cominunluKlon skills and 
math skills. 2 yn uF cooking exp 
preFerred. 

Must be able to work around 
children and iniisi complcic a 
DCI'S criminal background 
check. 

liu resume lo 

(773) 3Q5-S0S2 ore-mall 

rctumc lo 



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Food Service ■ 

KITCHEN SUPERVISOR 

Ceros Food Group is looking tor 
an oxporloncQd Kitcharv 
Supervisor lo Euporvlso, 
coord jnalo, and partlclpalo ir> 
food praparallon, manu 
planning, cuslomor senico, and 
managomonl and record 
keeping at our Uko Villa, IL 
location. Must havo 1-2 yrs ol 
supervisory oxp., havo a curranl 
slato sanitation ccrtilicalo or 
havo ono witliin 3 monltis ot 
omploymoni , moth skillsj and 
good oral and written 
communication skilis. Computor 
skills doslrod. Must also bo able 
to work oroiind cliildron and 
must complato a DCFS criminal 
background chock. Groat 
benolits and compotilivs salary 
ollorod. 

Fax rosumo to (773) 385-5052 
oro-mailnjsumoto 
rocnjiteconosfood.com 
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EXECUTIVE INCOhilE WITH- 
OUT EXECUTIVE STRESSI 
IHave the life you've dreamed 
ol & deserve. Proven 6-7 fig- 
ure incomo generator. The 
choice is yours Call today 
(888}376-1275. 

Home care p rovtder ts seeking 
llomc Care Aides lb CNAIb 

lo service seniors >vhiiln Ihc 
community. Wc DlTer 
ctimpcLlllvc Salaries, Holiday^ 
'i^y.Vocallciii ["ay.Thivcl 
Time, Mileage, Supplcmenlol... 
llcaUli Insurance, I'UJS ^'■ 
IIOt^US,MUST)>cn:llabtc 
ijflinj dependable. 

Please contacti 

Help at Home 

2S04 Washington Street, 

Suite 203 

Wiukeson, IL 00085 

Pb! 847/023-4300 

FBz: 847/023-4048 






Driver/Service 



CDL required. Air 
brake endorsement a 

plus. Aptitude for 

plumbing related 

work a plus. 

Competitive pay and 

benefits package. 

Apply in person at 

Hichsflas 

200 E.Grand Ave. 
Lalce Villa, IL 

847/356-8225 



HIRING FOR 2005 POSTAL 
POSITIONS^ $17,5q-$59/hr. 
Federal hire witHJui) benefits. 
No ' eVperionfce ne'cessp'ry. 
Green card O.K. Call 1-866- 
329-0801 oxt 750. 




New spacious stale of the art animal hospital looking for 
energetic, experienced Veterinary Technician eager to 
expand an established animal hospital. 
Experienced is required. 
Benefit pkg, includes health Ins. 
Mundclcia Animal Hospital 
650 N. MidlQtiilah Rd. • Mundoleln, IL 
FAX: 847-566-5877 • No Phone Calls Pleaso 





Schneider NattOA3l is tn'ring ov«r 100 driven in U» FkKkfbrd, IL srea. 



• Wo Gxpffiencfl necessary 

• Company-paid CIDL training lor qualified cOfKlidalte 

• $35,500-543,500 1 £t yr (nexperiaiced) 

• $4S,500-$58iS0a/yrin4yBar3 

• Gfca! benefits ■ ■ , 

• 100% convontionals 

• Paid vacation 4 hoMaya 

APPLY ONLINE @ schnelderiobs.com 

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BUSY Oral Sui^eiy practice ' 
looking for full time surgical assistant. 
Bacl^round in dental assisting, surgical 
assisting, or nursing required. Individual! 
should be motivated/ well oi^nized, 
and compassionate to the patient. Tlie 
position offers competitive salary, 
medical insurance, paid vacations, and 
pension plan. Qualified applicants 
please lax resume to 
I (847) 623-1534. 



NEED JOB? CRST TRANS- 
PORTATION! No exp? No 
problomi Tmck driver training. 
S400-S700/wk. Np credit 
check, No monthly payments. 
Hiring [n your area. (877)443-' 
8283. 



0/0 DRIVER . FFE. the F/S 
is higher here. $1.09 avg. 
S2000 sign on S2600 referral 
bonus. Base plate provided. 
No truck no problem, low cost 
lease purchase. (800)569- 
9298. 



OTR & REGIONAL Opportu- 
nities at Aroow. avg. SSOk/yn 
delontion/iayover/incentlvo 
pay, regional runs wlgtoal 
homotlme, 0/O's & lease pur- 
chose; (888)277-6937, visit 
www.an'owtnJCklng.com. 

*• SALES REP " Sales man- 
agers S4000/wk Is what our 
top sates people eami Highly 
successful national co. ex- 
panding, Will train. Call Jay 
(600)685-8004. 



PHAT JOB, HIRING sharp 
outgoing people to TRAVEL 
US representing sport, fash- 
Ion & news publications. Ex- 
pense paid training, base 
guarantee, Daily-wkly-mnthly 
bonuses. Trans & hotel pro- 
vided, return trip guaranteed. 
Call today start lomorow 
(800)282-0381. 



SECRET SHOPPERS NEED- 
ED for store evalualions. Get 
paid to shop. Local stores, 
restaurants & theaters. Train- 
ing provided, flexible hrs. E- 
mali req'd, (800)585-9024, X 
6333. 



INSURANCE COIVIPANY 

NEEDS people to help mall 
out insurance Iroms from- 
home. Make ^ S875.95- 
$1432.95/wklyl (972)703- 

5162. 



SECURITY 
OFFICERS 

F/T >P/t 

Bums Security is 
looking for Officers to 
work In NW suburbs, 
f^usthave HSdIpl. or 
GED & prof, 
appearance. Please 
apply in person M-F, 
9am-4pm at 6327 N. 
Avondale, Ciilcago, IL. 

For more info, please 
call 

773-594-61 46. EOE 

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UP TO Sl750AA/KLYil Com- 
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supplies. Awesome bonusesl 
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MOVIE EXTRAS NEEDEDI 
EARN UP TO S300/DAY FOR 
TV. COMMERCIALS & MA- 
JOR MOTION PICTURESI 
ALL LOOKS/AGES. NO EXP. 
REQ'D. CALL (800)405-2715. 

HIRING FOR 2005 P.OSTAL 
POSITIONS -S16.20-S5a/hr. 
Federal hire with lull benelils. 
No exparionce necessary. 
Green card O.K. Call 1-866- 
329-0801 exi. 300. 



NATIONAL PUBLISHING 

COMPANY looking for saloa 
representalivo in Illinois. Will- 
ing to travel Monday-Friday, 
commission position. Compa- 
ny average pays S720/wk, call 
(800)225-6358 x333. 



Knowledgo Learning 

Corporation Sctioal 

Partnerships, o 

nationwide bGfore and alter 

school provider, Is seeking 

Assistant Directors at 

our Gages Lake, IL 

locatJons. Candidates must 

be sttile queliflcd with 2 years 

of cxperiencB and/or degree in 

childcare related rold, • - 

ncsponsibilities include daily 

age appropriate activities. 

positive guidance and parent 

communication. CompatitivB 

salaries and benefits!! 

Email your resumo to 

Jiil.Andorson^ 

KLCorpfConi 

or phono 

847-549-1393 

EOE 



HOGAN TRANSPORT 

NEEDS' Inexperienced driv- 
ers. Homo most weekends, 
S1000/S2000 sign on bonus 
for now students. Stiared tui- 
tion. Good starting pay. 
Food/todging provided, 

(800)455-4682. ' . 




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#1 Company Sweeping tho 
Natlonl 

For Business f/indod V^omen. 
HavQ fun selling Lingerie & 
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area. Flexible Investment 
Packages. Make your own 
Schedule, average rap makes 

SB5/por hr. profit. 

We hire Quality not Ouanlily 

& wa TRAIN (or SuccessI 

Contact Surpriso Parties. 

District Olllcs 

(847)515-a4a4 

Visit ma on tho web @ 

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$5K BY FRIOAYI 100% cash 
money. Generato $1000/day 
or MORE Simply returning 
phono calls no selling, no ex- 
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FREE Recording. 

ALL CASH CANDY ROLITE 
Do you earn S800/day? Your 
own local candy route. Incld's 
30 machines & candy. All for 
S9995. (800)893-1185. 

ALL CASH CANDY ROUTE 
Do you earn up to SflOO/day? 
Your own local candy route. 
30 machines & Candy. All lor 
S9995. ' (800)453-5882 

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ARE YOU MAKING 

S1710/wk? All cash vending 
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req'd. -Call Toll FreG;(24/7) 
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LICENSED HOME DAYCARE 
of 20yrs has FT/PT openings. 
Meals Incld'd. Located near 
Wilson & Rollins Rd in 
Inglosido. Govirt Schools. 
GInny (847)587-4240 or 
(647)624-7895 Anytimo. 



MOTHER OF 2. In Kenosha, 
looking to babysit 1 or 2 on- 
ergotlc children, toddlers or 
babies to watch, on Fridays, 
anytime from 12-8:30pm. Exc. 
ref.CallJen (847) 971-9710. 



ROUND LAKE DAY CARE 
IN MY PRAIRIE POINT 
SUB. HOME 
Has openings for 5 FT-agos 
1-5 yr old. Moats & healthy 
sriacks,. &, stnjclufod .days 
w/ptaiinod actlvltibs. ' 
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ANTIOCH HOME DAYCARE 
has F/T openings 6/wks. & 
up. Devoted to tun & learning. 
Call Jenny (847)838-1226. 



BRING YOUR CHILD TO MY 
MUNDELEIN HOME for lov- 
ing care M-F S3/hr . Fncd In 
yrd, ago appropriate actlvitios. 
Julio (847)566-2058. 



CERTIFIED PROVIDER 

CPR, First Aide. Exc. Ref. 
Nutritious meats, pro- 
school acllvltlos. Mon.-FrL, 
6:30am-10pm. Sat 8am- 
4pm. iWln Lakes area. Call 
Maryanno (262)877-3973. 



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TUTE, INC., Nevada. Missou- 
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pay In 18wks. Many compa* 
nios seek our graduates. 
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Striped afghan to crochet 

Crochet 1/2 circle heorth rug or 

toble runner, Also in full color is a 

see slilch or tumblin ribbon 
ofghon to knit Cleor instructions. 
5 ofghans, toble runner & rug. A 
great voiue. IKn pattern is $3,15 
plus $1.50 shipping & hondling. 

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HABITAT RESTORE SAVE 
$$$ on now and used win- 
dows, doors, cabinetry, sinks, 
toilets, flooring, hardware, tile, 
paint & much more. Marble 
panels, various sizes, S3sq.ft. 
SALE! iinoioum & carpet rem- 
nants S5-S30. Restore Hours: 
T-ues & Thurs, 9-5; Wed, 9-6; 
Fri, 9-2; Sat, 9-3. Lorroli Busi- 
ness Cntr. 1 mite south of 
Buckley Road (137) on Hwy 
41. North Chicago, Benelils 
Habitat for Humanity Lako 
County. (847)623-1020. 




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Call today at: — 

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1712 VIRGINA AVE. 
LlbertyvillQ 
Th, Fri & Sat-Aug. 4,5 & 6 
Bam - 3pm. ■ 
Power tools lor shop/garden- 
ers, TV, Antiques, clolhes, 
now kids Ijooks. fum., vac- 
cums & much moral 

SAT. PM 1/2 PRICE. 



9 N. HOLLY AVE. 

FoxLakfi 

Sot/Sun Aug. 6th & 7lh 

9am -3pm 
Alittlobltof ovorythlngll 
. Baby clothes, Anllquos & 
• • misc. car parts. ■ ' ■ 

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AUGUST 4, 5, 6 & 7th 
9am - 4pm 

1571 PonstomonCt. 
SmyjilatotEiaiiis-Ctoss^li) 



lazi 

You cannot miss this onei. 
TOO Much to lisll House. 

garage & bsmn) loaded 

w/beauttful fum & thousands 

of Antiques & Collocliblos. 

POTPOURRI ESTATE 

SALE 

GARAGE SALE 

AUG. 13TH. & 14TH., 

Ba-5p 

IS Baldwin - Waukegan 

(3 blks East of Grcenbay off 

Washinton). 
Something For Evcryonoll 

GARAGE SALE AUG. 6, 9-2. 

Clothing, toys, games, books 
& more. 1920 Oaktrce Trail 
(83 to Hook to Oaklreo) 
Round Lako Beach, 

GARAGE SALE Lots ol grt. 
stull. Furn., clolhes, kilchen- 
waro, toys & more. Fri. 8/12, 
Sat. 8/13. Sun. 8/14, 8am- 
4pm. 642 Blue Spruco Ln., 
Mundeloln. , * 

HUGE GARAGE/MOVING 
SALE Fri. & Sat,, 0am-4pm, 
2452 N. Sterling Ct„ Round 
Lako Beach (Sutton on the 
Lake Sub). 

GARAGE SALE SAT 8/6, 
Sun. fl/7, eam-Spm. 122 N. 
Cedar Lako Rd. (corner of 
Cedar Lake & Nipperslnk) 
Round Lako. Antloquos, 
clothes, glassware & toys. 



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SADDLE SHOP 

Woslern & English, 

Now/Used 

Saddles/Equipment, 

Carts/Harness, Wo Trade. 

Tho Corral, Inc. 

Sullivan, Wl. 

(262)593-8048. 



TRAILERSIl TRAILERS!! 

150+ HorsD-Stock-Flalbed. 

New/Used, Aiumlnum/Stoel. 

7-Ma)or Brands. Service. 

Hitches, wiring, trades. 

TRAILERS WANTED. 



Tho Corral, Inc. 
Sullivan, Wl. 
(262)593-8048. 
vvww.Uiocorrailnc.com 




Household Goods 
Fiiniilure 



A VISCO MEMORY FOAM 

Sleep System. Now w/Fac. 
Wan-anty. S448 Del. Avail. 
(847)529-4618 Gurnoo. 




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Save-A-Pet 

31664 N. Fflirliotd Rd.. 

Graystako, IL60030 

847-740-7768. oxt. 100 

v«vw.sava-a-pot-il.org 

Mon., Wed., Fri.; 1 pm to 5pm 

Thursday: 1 pm to Bpm 

Sat. & Sun. 11am to 6pm 

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A mother and son duo ready to 
keep you welt-tovcd and 
entertalnodi Mom, Zimba 
(block), can definitely outrun her 
son and can often be found 
softly body-slamming her son to 
get him to chase tier. 
Somelimos it works, sometimes 
it doesn't...well Bailoy does 
carry a little bit too much 
weigtit. so he feels that it is wise 
occasionally to ignore her. 
Instead he happily plops himself 
In the pool and watches her run 
around, much more relaxing. 
They both get along with dogs 
and cats and would do well with 
older children. Thoy would love 
a fenced-in yard, and although 
Bailoy probably doesn't want 
to hear It, a little bit ol a diet 
would do him good. Zimba 
(atraut 10 years old) and Bailoy 
(otjout 7) need a homo together. 
Don't let their age loot you, they 
are much more active than 
some of the middle-aged dogsl 




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llouiit'hold GomLs 
Furniture 



MOVING SALE Bedroom, 
diningroom, accessories, ta- 
bles, tamps, dinotto. Call lor 
oppl. (847)356-5902. 

MOVING SALE FRL 8/5, 
6pm-9pm, Sol. 8/6, 8am- 
5pm. Couch, iDvoseat, over- 
sized chairs, Lazy-Boy chairs, 
colloo tables, end tables, pa- 
tio set, Ireozor, oflico desk, 
computer desk, tile cabinets, 
pool table, chainsaw. air com- 
pressor, firewood, lawnmow- 
or, chrome wheels & tires. 
Too much to llslll 7607 & 
7612 Cascade Way. Gumoo. 

MULTI-FAMILY GARAGE 
SALE Fri. a/5. Sat. 8/6, Bam- 
4pm. 1971 Spruco wood & 
1911 Beochwood, Pombrook 
Sub., Qurnoo (oil Grand 
across from Six Flogs) Don't 
iTiIss this onolt Something lor 
everyoneti 

MULTUFAMILY GARAGE 
SALE Ffi. 8/5, Sal. 8/6, 
7:30a.m.-5p.m, 62 Park Ave., 
Graystako (1 block S of Cen- 
ter St.). • ' ■ 

YARD SALE FRI. 8/5, 9am- 
4pm; Sat. 8/6, 9am-5pm, 
Fum,, clothing & doo-dads. 9 
N. Lako Ave.. Fox Lako (oil 
Grand Ave.). 

AFTER YOU'VE HAD YOUR 
BIG SALE, and there is still 
things that just did not go.... 
Call us at LAKELAND News- 
papers and run it Under tho 
■FREE or Giveaways' classl- 
liod column. FREE ADS aro 
NO CHARGEI (847) 

223-8161. exL 191. 



King Sz 9-pc bdrm sot pd 
SS800, will sell lor 
S800/obo, .Waller E. Smith 6- 
pc custom Italian sol w/hutch 
was S35O0 will sol! lor 
S800/obo. DR sot w/6 chairs 
& 2 looJs $500/obo. 2-gloss 
shell bookcases S150/ea. Ar- 
molro TV entnmnl cntr solid 
oak $500, ExorclsQ blko-S25; 
lawn mower 525. Baby furn, 
stroller & misc, toys, 
(847)986-6767-GraysIaks 
Call anytimo. 

■ Mission Stylo Queen 
Size Bod For Sale 

Cherry Color Wood. 

2 years old 

$400 obo 

■ Quoon Size Down 

Malross pad, 6mo old 

$100 

■ Cherry color wino rack 
cabinet 

$90. ■ 

Please call: 

847-970-7511 

DO YOU NEED TO 
SELL Af^ INEXPEN- 
SIVE ITEM FOR 
$100 OR LESS? 
GET YOUR AD IN THE 
11 -LAKELAND" HOME 
TOWN PAPERS, THE 
GREAT LAKES 
BULLETIN 
& 
THE MARKET JOURNAL 
FOR ONLY SB PER WEEK 
BY CALLING 
(047)223-8161 
ASK FOR USA. 
EXT. 191 



A 3 PC KING DOUBLE 
Pillow -Top Mattress SoL 
w/fectory warranty. SI 99. 
Deliver Avail. 

(847)529^618 Gumoe. 

A JUMBO LUXURY Piliow- 
Top Mattress Sot. Brand now 
w/warranty. $237. Dot. Avail. 
(847)529-4616 Gumee. 

A SOFT QUEEN DOUBLE 
Pillow-Top Mattress SoL 
Brand New w/worranly. 
$109. OoL Avail. 
(847)529-4610 GumoQ. 

ANTIQUE COFFEE TABLE, 

194O's-'50'6, round, Intaid 
marble, S200. Antique end ta- 
ble, marble top w/coppor ring, 
S250. Antique round colloo 
tablo, w/mlrrored top, loaf 
pedestal, $200. (647) 223- 
6415. leave message. 

BASSETT SOFA. OVER- 
5IZED CHAIR & OTTOMAN, 
bluo, whL & Ian, oxc. cond., 
$1,050. Area nig, 92"x65", llo- 
ral print w/cream color back- 
ground, oxc. cond., SI 50. 
(847)265-5583, 

BERKEFELD 9" STAINLESS 
STEEL WATER FILTER, 

w/flltor, $120. Lexmark Color 
Jotpfintor Z53, S60. Light lix- 
turo/kitchon domo, on chain, 
$20. Jack LaLano Exorcise, 
adjustablo bench. $40. Wood 
wall cabinet, 550. Call 
Joe/Lorrio (847)526-9344. 



BRAND NEW COUCH 

^VUHABEAUTIFUI. 

IVIAUVE & UGHT 

PURPLE FLORAL 

PATTERN. 

$450 ODO 

CALLS47.970-7511 




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BUY FURNITURE 
WMOLESALEII 

DON'T PAY RETAILII 

3PC Imported Leather 

Set...SB95 

Chromo Log Leather 3PC. 

Set...$1095 

Italian Leather Sofa- 

...$400 

Ashley Lthr Sec. 

w/2 Rec liners & 

Sleepcr...$1695 

SPC Oak Finish Br 

Set...S290 

Solid Wood Louis 

Phllllppo Br Set. 

6PC Cherry Fnsh BR 

set...S390 

IVuIn Mattress Sot.,.S60 

Full Mattrieaa Sot...$65 

Qn Mattress Sot...SBO 

On Dbl PlllowTop Deluxe 

SOI...S200 

King Mattress Set...S250 

SPC Dlnello Sot...S95 

5PCBlkDRSct..$1SD 

7PC Cherry Fnsh 

DR.,.S390 

Chippendale Style DR 

SoL..S1ig5 

Futon w/Deluxo 

MattraBS...S100 

SPC Sofa Sflt,..S350 

Ashley 3PC Sofa 

Sot...S750 

Assorted Now 

Couches...$20() 

Computer Dcsk...S95 

Beautiful Lrg ilallon 

Bar...S1090 

WE WILL BEAT 

ALL PRICES 

Don't Miss This Salell 

Con Deliver Days 

(773)973-7070 

(773)817-4077 

OPEN 7 DAYS 

ALL NF.Wtl 

Se Hablo Espanol 

SHELDON CORD 

WHOLESALE 
2201 W. DEVON AVE 
CHICAGO, IL 60659 

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MATTRESS DISOUNT 

WAREHOUSE. Wo boat 

every prico listed hero. 

No high-prossuro sales. 

Mattresses as low os: 

$49 -Twin 

$65 - Full 

$75 -Queen 

$149 - King 

27992 W. RL120-Lakemoor 

(et Fisher Rd, bohween Darrel! 

Rd&RL12). 

AppointmonI needed. 

OPEN-M.T-W11a-6p; 

Thu-11o-5p; 5at-10a-3pa 

Sun-12p-3p. 
(647)6 87-5 030- Wo Deliver. 
(615)578^200. V/Mc/Dlsc. 



TWO ARM CHAIRS, S10/oa. 
(1) Lay-Z-Boy, $25. Dining- 
room hutch w/glass & mirror 
front, $75. 3pc. room divider, 
glass & mirror front, Si 50. 
(847)265-9732, 




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S50 up to S90. 

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LAWN MOWERS S50 and 

up. (3) Riding mowors, $275 
to S425. (847) 212-9039. 

TWO PUSH LAWNMOW- 
ERS, run grt., ready to go, 
S50/ea. BACK YARD STUMP 
GRINDER, 12hp. Groat run- 
ning condition, S900. (847) 
045-0027. 




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PERFECT CONDITION 

Originai DosEgnerScazi 

Wadding Gown/ 

matching vali 

S400 obo. 815-575-2073 




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FORS100ORLESS. 

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SHE SHAWLS 

'Dlscrotoly nurso in 

Church, Storo, Mail. 

RoslauranI, otc. 

'Groat Baby Shower Glit 

'Fashionablo enough to 

wear for att occasions 

•Four unique styles to 

choose from 

'Hond-Mado design 

'Special orders accepted. 

For more info. 

Contact Melissa 

(815) 385-4978 

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LOOKING FOR 
MERCHANDISE? 
Did you know? According to 
Iho f^owspaper Association of 
America, moro than 20% of all 
adults have lool<od lor mer- 
chandise in newspaper classi- 
liod ads in the .past 12 
months. Call Ijiltoland Nows- 
papors Classified Dopt., and 
your stuff couid bo going 
home with them. Call 
(847)223-8161 today. Visa, 
Mastercard and Discover 
Card accoptod. 



COOKBOOK'S SALE: LO- 
CAL AUTHOR, 64B recipes. 

Mylhlc's Hats, Fashions & 
Moro. North Chicago. iL, Ap- 
pointments (B47) 473-3380. 

FOR ABOVE GROUND Pool 
Sand Pump Filter & a Socurity 
Ladder. (847)274-5372. 

DIRECTV 4-RI^ SYSTEM 
froo, Including. Ask how to got 
FREE Dlroctv DVR. NFL Sun- 
day ticket. Disable your cable 
today. Programming as low 
as S29.95/mo. Call for details. 
(000)230-1639 or www.satei- 
lito-connoction.com . 

A SHOCKING WEBSITE: 
www.hodgofundmistross.com. 
Did vongonanco for a woman 
wrongod-inlluono tiio 2004 
oloclion? Explosive true to life 
novoi: "Hodge Fund Mistress'. 
Order online or toll free: 
(888)426-0157. 



DOES YOUR WASHING ma- 
chlno empty into a laundry 
tub? You will never again 
need to "Tie one on" REUSA- 
BLE UUNDRY DRAIN. LINT 
TRAPPER removes lint, hair 
& debris to prevent plugged 
drains. As seen on Thhis old 
House. Ask for It at Lowes or 
Homo Depot "Plumbing De- 
partment. 

ADVERTISE YOUR PROD- 
UCT or service to appox. 9 
million households In North 
America's best suburbs by 
placing your ciossllled ad in 
oVor 800 suburban .newspa- 
pers Just like this one. Call 
The Suburban Classified Ad- 
vertising Network at (888)486- 
2466. 

THREE 55 GAL. SAFE WA- 
TER BARRELS, S15. (1) 55. 

gal. Emergency Essentials. 
Made of food grade plastic, 
S25. ■ (2) Siphon Pumps, 
SS/oa. Call Joo/Lorrio 
(847)526-9344, 

HOft^EOWNERS WANTEDII 
KAYAK Pools Is looking lor 
domo homosltes to display 
our virtually 'Malntenanco- 
Froo" Kayak Pool. Save thou- 
sands of $S$$ wllh this 
unique opportunity. CALL 
NOWIil (800)31 -KAYAK 01- 
count Code; 521-L15. 



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Inslnimcnis 



PRINCETON FENDER GUI- 
TAR AMP, grt, cond., mic. in- 
ciudod. Cheap for only $250. 
Dean electric guitar MLX in 
hard case, S225, (847) 249- 
0816. 




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Pets & Supplies 



ADORABLE PETS 
AT BEST PETS, LTD. 

Adorable... 
Dachshund, Golden Retriev- 
er, Japanese Chin, Mailese, . 
Sofl-Coalod Wheaton, Toy. 
Fox., Boxer, Pomeranian, 
Pug, & Schnauzor 
Small Mixes. 
Birds, saltwater fish & kittens. 
Ail our puppies Vet checked, 
health guaranteed, 
SpeciQit2od boarding. 
(847)B38-BEST 
M-F 9am-7pm. 
Sal. 9am-6pm. 
Closed Sunday. 

AKC PUPS 

Basset, Beagle, Border Colile, 

Cocker Sponiol, 

Dachshund, 

Lab, Lhasa Apso, Pom, 

Shipporko, Schnauzor, 

Springer Spaniel, 

Woimaraner. 

Terriers: Calm, Rat, Scottle, 

Westio. Yorklo. 

Fox: Smooth, Wire, 

•Highlander Cattle, 

Gerald Schulz 

(920)526-3512. 

AQUARIUM SUPER SALEI 

125g S220+ln pkg. Free Info 
Aquatic World (262)567-7339. 

FRESH WATER AQUARIUM, 
75 gal,, w/oak stand & acces- 
sories, laciudos exotic fish, 
S600. Call Mike (815) 337- 
6010. 

GERMAN SHEPHERD DOG 
PUPS, AKC. Classic pups 
bred from Iho finest bloodlines 
the brood has lo offer. Perfect 
tompofamont and groat intolii- 
gonco for family or service 
work. Fully guaranteed. Over 
30 years oxperfenco. Stato Li- 
censed. To loam moro visit: 
WWW.SHEWANA.CCM or 
call us at (815)943-2020, 

TWO MALE LOVE BIRDS, 

greom bodies, blue heads, 
S40/ea., $70/parr or best offer. 
(847) 445-2689. 




tVtV WANTED *-Ar 

GIRLS RIEDELL 

FIGURE SKATES, 

SIZE 3 

(847)973-1585. 



WANTED; 

SOFT-TOP FOR 

1988 JEEP WRANGLER 

SAHARA EDITION. 
CALL: (647)973-1505. 

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^jjjj) Homes For Sale 



AGffEAT 

Mortgage RatotI 

Got It while you cani 

Good Crtidit, Bad Credit 

8b -9p/ 7 Days 

(800)810-3890. 



ANTIOCH 1VR. OLD 3-bd.. 
2-1/2 ba„ 2-story homo, w/fuli 
bsmt.. Forgo firs on main lev- 
el, 100x100 lot. $229,990. 
(847)838-4845. 

ANTIOCH BEAUTIFUL NEW 
CONSTRUCTION Tons of sq. 
footage & storage, loaded 
w/upgrades. Huge master bd. 
suite w/luxurious whiMpool 
tub, his/her walk-in closets, 
frpi., 42" oak cabinets, hrdwd. 
firs. 4-bd., 2-1/2 ba., open fir. 
plan, full bsmt., 1/2 acre 
wooded lot w/plor rights op 
Chain. An absolute dream 
homo. 3279,900. (847)356- 
4278. 

BANK FORECLOSURESl 
HOMES from 510,0001 1- 
3bdrm avail. HUD, repos, 
BEG ob(, Thsos homes must 
solii For listings Call 
(800)814-5154x3107. 

BEACH PARK 
GREAT FAMILY HOME 

4 large bedrooms, 2 full 

baths, roconlly remodeled. 

Everything Is now. 

5252,500. 

Pis. Call (877) 290-0719, 

exi. 4002, 

BEAUTIFUL WATERFRONT 
.PROPERTY 175FT Water- 
front homo In Fox Lake. 2- 
bd., 1-1/2 ba., bsmL Asking 
5449,900. (708) 599-0998. 

BRICK RANCH - 1500 sq.ft. 
In DesirabiQ Copoiand Marnat 
Great Schools. 3bd/2ba. To- 
tally rehabbod, Priced Re- 
duced 5375,000, 

OPEN HOUSE 

745 E Rockland Rd 

l8t Sunday of each month 

Ip-Sp. 

(847)680-6424. 

BUYING HOUSES NOWl 

SERIOUS INVESTOR 
LOOKING FOR HOUSES 

TO BUY! CASHII 

Any situation or condition. 

Can close quickly. 

No Equity, 

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$207,900. 
Dave (947)675-2162. 

MUNDELEIN 2-BD. BRICK 
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A REf/ODELED 3-BD., 1-ba 
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44S4, Frank. 

ANTIOCH CLUBLAND 

HOUSE 3,000sq.lt. 4-bd.-^o(- 
tlco, 2.5 ba., double stairs, 2- 
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Boating, park, clubhouse. 
Near lUetra, \-9A. $1,850/mo. 
(847)409-0975. 

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(708)447-3776. 

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Agent owned. (847)366-0054. 

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5983. 

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cell,, LR, DR, 1st. fir. laundry, 
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August 5-11, 2005 



NEWSPAPERS 
Sports edifoi^Rob Backus 

Sports reportei^Dan Patrick 
To report a score: 
847-223-8161, exL 130 

sports@Iaketandmedia.com 
Fax: 847-223-0810 



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(Aboue) Gumee resident 
Rob Chargo holds up his 
first-place trophy, won at 
last yeaKs Stiga U^. Open 
table hockey tournament 
Chargo took second In this 
year's event, held last 
Saturday. (Left) Gumee 
resident Rob Chargo prac- 
tices on his StIga Table 
Hockey set in his home. 
Chargo won the Stlga U.S. 
open In 2004 and finished 
second In the event last 
Saturday. 




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Table hockey making 

comeback, Gumee man 

at forefront 



By Rob Backus 

Sports Editor^ 

ob Chargo stands at 

Ujthe ready. With his 

senses on full alert and 



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his nerves frayed and 
body sore from 11 hours of 
action, Chargo is eagerly 
anticipating llie drop of the 
puck at center ice. 

The eyes of tlie crowd are 
firmly set upon liim and his 
opponent, \vitli notiiing less 
tlian a national title on the 
line. Though he's exliausted, 
Chargo's mind is as alert as it 
was when he started tlie tour- 
nament half a day earlier. 

The referee stands with 
the puck in hand, ready to 
kick off the final round. He 
holds his hand over the cen- 
lerline and drops the puck — 
and they're off, racing toward 
immortality. 

Chat^o's feet don't move, 
however. There's not a skate in 
the house, and the only sticks 
are plastic and less llian two 
inches long. Heck, the only 
ice widiln a square mile of tlie 
room is likely floating in die 
nearest glass of water. 

Tlie game isn't ice hockey, 
but table hockey. Made 
famous in the 1970s and early 
'80s before falling off the 
radar, table hockey is making 
a comeback. 

And Chargo, a 4a-year- 
old Gumee resident, Is good 
at it. Very good. Tliough he 
went on to lose in the finals, 
ending his bid for a second 
straiglit national title, Chargo 
is among the country's best. 
He's currently ranked second 
in the U.S., despite coming 
back to the game just two 
years ago after a 20-year lay- 
off. 

"I was real good at the 
game growing up, and I haj)- 
pened to stumble on it again 
on the Internet," Chargo said. 



1 just iDve that 
one-on-one 
loDmpetition. And this 
I ^me really 
'simulates a real 
hockey game and I 
excel at it It also 
brings back some of 
my youth and lets my 
competitive [uices 
flow/ 

Rob Chargo 

Gumee resident ami 

national table 

hockey champion 



"I saw a guy's name from 
Worcester, Mass. who I knew 
from years ago and I e-mailed 
him and he got back to mc 
ai^d told me about a league in 
Lemont. 1 didn't do too well at 
first (in the league) because I 
wasn't used to the game, but I 
got better real quick." 

For Chargo, it was llkd 
starting all over because table 
hockc7 as he knew it doesn't 
exist anymore. Tlie old sets 
were made by Monroe and 
Coleco, and have been out of 
production for more dian two 
decades. 

Wlien most people tliink 
about table hockey, iliey envi- 
sion a bubble top, giant han- 
dles jutting out tlie side of tlie 
set and elongated sticks. But 

P/Crt^c see HOCKEY ID6 



CORRECTION 



Tlie July 22 edition incorrectly 
identified Grant baseball 
player Brian Swanson in a 
photo. The player shown was 
Justin Marker. 




Daii Patrick • Sports Reporter 

i'mfijun' 

for some 

down-honie 





hli... the great 
Midwest - there's 
jiist somelliing 
remarkable about 
our great rnelting pot of /^ 
hillbillies and emerging 
economies. Lake County is 
a perfect example of sucli a 
Jiiodgcpodge becavise of our I 
primordial stew of Chicago 
business people and good 
ol'bpys. 

1 have to argue that we 
should not turn our backs 
on our Midwestern charm, 
Therefore, I want to give a 
shout oiit to some of our 
fairground classics that 
have received a bit of a 
black eye from suburban 
elitists. 

The mid-summer is 
primetime for some old- 
fashionett sports funwitli 
county and state fairs cele- 
brating hot weather and 
bursting crop yields. 

Rodeos are a classic 
fairground di^w that niony 
should give a try. Now, 1 
personally have never 
understood what makes a 
normal person get on top 
of a 2,000 pound beast that 
simply does not want you 
there, but the sheer skill 
involved cannot be denied. 
Tlie draw of many of our 
rnore primal mainstream 
sports such as boxing, ulti- 
mate fighting and even 
football or rugby Is Uie 
potential for Injury, and 
lodeo has "emergency 
room" written all over it. 
., Dirt track racing is also 
a lot of fun for all vlewer.1. 
Willie NASCAR has taken 
auto racing to the national 
level, this is where it all 
began, and truthfully, it's 
the iriost fim. On a dirt 
track, tliere's an unpre- 
dictability factor that 
allows for numerous fend- 
er-benders and jockeying 
for position involving your 
front bumper and tlie 
other guy's rear quarter 
panel. 

After all, when you 
watch race highlights on 
ESPN, what arc you looking 
; for? I'd be willing to place a 
pretty big bet that It's the 



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Photos by Rebecca Landmann 

(Above) Dust, smoko and debris fly as cars calllde at the Lake County Fall's Demolition 
Derby. (Below) Fans packed the fair's grandstand to enjoy the sights, sounds and 
smells of the Demolition Deriiy action. 



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Demolition derbies cure 
lonely evenings, acute road rage 



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By Dan Patrick 

Sports Reporter 

t's a universal feeling, the 
unbridled white-hot 
anger that comes with a 
particularly untalented 
driver on the road seemingly 
breaking every traffic law 
knovm to man. While the ini- 
tial reaction is to put that 
driver in their place with a 
nice metal-to-metal greet- 
ing, but . the unfortunate 
hand of the law prevents us 
from taking our primal 
urges. 

However, for some par- 
ticipants in a Lake County 
Fair staple, there is no need 
to hold back as they com- 
pete in automotive fights to 
the death at fairs across the 
country. According to 
Mundelein demolition derby 
veteran Greg Elser, such 
competitions are a great way 
to relieve frustration from 
the drive to the arena. 

"I do it for the road rage," 
Elser said. "I've been doing 
this for ten years and I can't 
get enough of it. I mean, 
where else can you go to just 
smash the other guy's car 
like this? It's just civilized 
road rage." 

"Civilized" might not be 
the word most people use to 
describe such contests, but 
tiie amount of workmanship 
it takes to make one of tlvese 
deathsleds is more extensive 
than one might think. Most 
cars used within the derbies 
are production models from 
before 1975, thanks to the 
larger amount of metal used 
in those days along with 
stronger leaf spring suspen- 
sions. For demolition driv- 
ers, the more metal there is 
to crush, the tougher their 
cars are. 

■ However, it's not just tlie 
original manufacturer who 
holds tite blowtorch as many 
at-home modifications must 
be made from top to bottom 
in order to strengthen the 
cars. Tlie cars might look like 
misshapen junkyard dogs, 
but there is a lot of work to 
be done before a car even 
hits the arena. 

Tires use inner-tubes or 
are even "double-bagged" in 



order to prevent punctures, 
cross members and frames 
are strengthened, engines 
and fiiel systems are moved 
as close to the middle of the 
car as possible and all 
unneeded interior and 
engine parts make their way 
to the garbage bin. In short, 
these cars are made for one 
purpose and one purpose 
only - destroy all competi- 
tors. 

"I'm using an old station 
wagon because it's got plen- 
ty crumple space before it 
hits anytliing I need to run," 
Grayslake's Steve Kipp said, 
"It's just a rush that you 
couldn't get anywhere else. 
The crunching of cars is 
unlike anything else you've 
ever experienced." 

Of course, the safety of 
the driver is the number one 
priority for all those 
involved. Roll cages are 
mandated, driver door shots 
are illegal, all glass must be 
removed from the car and 
one of the first lessons driv- 
ers learn is to let go of the 
wheel at the point of impact 
in order to prevent arm 
injuries. 

Despite everyone's best 
efforts, bad things do hap- 
pen, although sometimes, 
that's the fun of it all. 
Deerfield's Matt Thurber's 
car caught on fire in a cham- 
pionship competition 
Thursday. The car literally 
burst into flames to the 
cheers of the fans. After 
jumping out of tlie car and 
running like a deranged 
football player, Thurber 
bowed and raised his hands 
in triumph to the crowd. 

"My first tliought v«is to 
get the (expletive) out of 
tliere," Thurber said. "I was 
excited after it happened. I 
think I should get something 
for that. I just saw some 
smoke and then I saw a 
flame on the passenger side 
and I just jumped out of 
tliere and ran." 

It's not about the 
machismo of smashing cars 
and technological prowess — 
there's a lot of humor within 
the sport as well. With a car 
destined for imminent 
destruction, a professional 
paintjob is not in the cards 



1 do ft for te road 
rage. I've been doing 
this for ten years and 
I can't get enough of 
ft I mean, where else 
can you go to Just 
smasli the other 
I guy^ car like this?: ^ 
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rage.v 

Greg Elser 

Mundelein resident and 
demolition derby 
enthusiast '. 



for tliese machines, but that 
doesn't mean there isn't 
room for creativity. Ken "Dr. 
Demo" Applegate and his 
son, Steve "Dr. Demo Jr." 
Applegate both wear med- 
ical scrubs with both cars 
sporting white paintjobs 
with medical crosses. Dr. 
Demo's car features a large 
hypodermic needle made 
out of PVC pipe while Dr. 
Demo Jr. features a large 
Band-Aid on top of his car. 

"I used to work for a hos- 
pital and I got tlie/Pr.Demo' 
idea to paint some. medical 
crosses on my car and put 
the needle on top," 
Applegate said. "It's been 
getting a good reaction from 
die fans and I think it's good 
for a laugh." 

Dr. Demo Jr. just started 
on tlie destruction derby cir- 
cuit, and the funny part 
about Uiat is that he's just 
now able to drive. At the ten- 
der age of 16, Steve is follow- 
ing in his father's footsteps 
and enjoys tlie feeling of lit- 
erally crushing tlie competi- 
tion, Wliether it's firom tlie 
inspiration of his father or 
the simple enjoyment of tlie 
sport, Dr. Demo Jr. will be 
"practicing" for a long time. 
"It is just such a rush 
■ when you hit someone," 
Steve said. "Once you get hit, 
the jolt is just amazing. I got 
into this because of my dad, 
but I think I'll be doing tliis 
for years after he's done." 




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Lake County Fair packs in crowd for 20th 
annual Motocross event 



By Rob Backus 

Sports Editor 

It doesn't take a rocket 
scientist to realize how 
much the world has 
changed in the last two 
decades. In July 1986, 
President Ronald Reagan 
was 18 montlis into his sec- 
ond term, Billy Ocean was at 
the top of the Billboard 
charts and the Cubs were 
well on their way to not win- 
ning the World Series — well, 
some things never change. 

But Lake County certain- 
ly has. Two decades ago, 
Lake County had more farm- 
land tlian homes and its 
annual fair was drawing less 
than 150,000 people per 
year. Two decades 'ago, there 
were no "extreme" sports or 
X-Games on ESPN. Heck, 
there barely was an ESPN. 

And two decades ago, 
former Libertyville resident 
Bill Sparks decided to bring a 
fledgling sport called 
motocross to the fair. Tliat 
first yiiar, fair attendance 
Jumped by more than 
25,000, bolstered by the 
record 27,000-plus people 
who went on Thursday dur- 
ing the dne^hight motocross ' 
event. 

"I used to do the races at 
Lambs Farm (in Libertyville) 
and r thought tlie fair was in 
need of that type of enter- 
tainment," said Sparks, who 
now lives near Rockford in 
Mendota, 111. "Tlie sport was 
grovrfng and I thought the 
people would enjoy it. That 
one night was a record 
crowd for the fair." 

The rest, as they say, is 
history. As motocross has 
evolved — from a sport 
played by kids on dirt bikes 
on makeshift tracks to a 
multi-million dollar propo- 
sition replete with national 
broadcasts, video games and 
a major motion picture due 
out this month— so too has 
the fair's annual event. 

The second year saw a 
second night added, and 
another record Thursday 
crowd of more than 28,000. 



By 1998 the event added a 
third night, which helped 
fair attendance top 250,000 
for the first time. Despite a 
rainout on TYiesday, this 
year's event was just as suc- 
cessful, dravtring more than 
5,000 people a night. 

There's also now a 
freestyle event, with some of 
the coimtry's best jumpers 
showcasing their tricks. 

"it's a great event," 
Sparks said. "There's a lot of 
action and the kids enjoy it. 
The following just seems to 
grow every year." 

Tills year's event had 14 
races in all, bodi pro and 
amateur, in five different 
cycle classes. The amateur 
events brouglit people from 
all over northern Illinois and 
southern Wisconsin, while 
the pro class had some of the 
country's best riders, with 
some coming from as far as 
Oklahoma, Oregon and 
Georgia. There was also a 
freestyle event, which saw 
some of the country's top 
show jumpers take off to 
crowd-pleasing heights from 
a large ramp. 

Pro rider Tom 
Hofmaster, from Pearl City 
in western Illinois, was this 
year's big winner. He won 
four events In all, taking 
home several thousand dol- 
lars for two days' work. The 
money, just as much as the 
need for speed, is helping 
draw more and more people 
to the sport. 

"I've been doing this 
since I was 14 and I love it," 
said Hofmaster, now 25. "But 
. it's also my job. This is a pret- 
ty big event, because you 
can win $10,000 in a week- 
end. It's something I want to 
do tlie rest of my life," 

The Martin brothers, 
Ross and Dylan, of Pleasant 
Prairie, Wis., also got hooked 
at a young age by the need 
for speed. 

"I started racing when I 
was 9," said Ross, now 20. 
"My dad told me whenever I 
started racing he would get 
me a new bike, so that was 
enough for me. I'm a speed 
freak." 



'If s a great event 
Tliere's a lot of action 
and the kids enjoy it 
llie following just 
seems to grow every 
[year.* 

Bill Sparks 

' Motocross event promoter] 



Even after breaking his 
foot earlier this summer, 19- 
year-old Dylan has no inten- 
tion of taking it easy once 
the cast comes off. 

"It's killing me not to 
ride," he said. "Racing is in 
my blood." 

If you had told Ross and 
Dylan when tliey started rac- 
ing that tJiey'd one day get 
paid for it, they would have 
lliought you were crazy. But 
the Mardns are now raking 
in the cash, especially in an 
offshoot sport called 
snocross, which eschews 
bikes in favor of snowmo- 
biles — and they have no 
plans to stop any time soon. 

"I never thought I'd do 
this for a living when I was a 
kid," Ross said. "But after'! 
few years I knew if I stuck 
witli it, it would bring good 
things and it tias." 

Though he remains 
pleased \vith tlie event's suc- 
cess. Sparks would like to see 
it expand in coming years. 

"We're at capacity every 
year," Sparks said. "I think 
we could nil double the size 
if we had another grand- 
stand. Hopefully, the new 
(proposed) fairground will 
have more seating." 

Sparks, though, will like- 
ly have to oversee that 
proposition from afar. Next 
year, the contract with tlie 
fair expires and Sparks plans 
to step aside and allow 
someone else to take the 
helm, He docs, diough, plan 
on going out with a bang. 

"We never, ever do 
something less," Sparks said. 
"Next year will be as big as it 
can be." 





Photos coiiflciy of John lltmunl 

(Above) John Sfelner of Ubertyville, far right, leads the start of of his heat race as part 
of the ZQth annual Lake County Fair Motocross event last Thursday. (Below) Gharies 
Haipe of Salem, Wis., left, makes a lump alongside Matthew Townsend of Rock Hill, S.C. 
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I watched a volunteer, Gregg HenMn; work tirelessly build the sound stage and reanrange it between acts. His day began early Fnday moming and 
lasted to the wee hours of Sunday Moming. So many gave their time freely, all to support the youth of Grayslal<e. It was a town without pity, because 
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By Rob Backus 

Spoils Editor 

Earlier tliis summer, 
players from Uie new 
Lakes Community 
High Scliool varsity 
Softball team gatliered in llic 
dugout prior, to their first 
home game and put their 
liands in a circle. As tliey pre- 
pared to shout tlie team 
name prior to taking the field, 
tliere was a moment of pause. 

The players took a 
moment to remember exactly 
what their mascot was 
because they weren't the 
Antioch Sequoits anymore, 
the hesitation lasted only a 
moment; then the players 
shouted "Eagles!" and ran out 
of the dugout. 

"it was a memorable 
moment," said I^ikcs coach 
Julie Sexton, who had led the 
Antioch program llie previ- 
ous three seasons. "Tlieysaid 
it with enthusiasm, but they 
were all surprised and kind of 
/ooked at each other after 
they said it." 

Several players agreed 
witli Sexton. 

"It was strange because I 
was so used to saying 
Sequoits," said junior Ashlon 
Pfciffer, who played on 
AntloclVs varsity team last 
spring. 

"U felt wrong," sopho- 
more Call Bchrendt said, "It 
just didn't sound right. Hrst it 
was Sequoits, then (Lakeland) 
Aces, now it's Eagles." 

Nora Kenney, however, 
had a difierent opinion. 

"It felt a little easier for me 
because I had to say it during 
basketball," she said. 



Wliile the moment was 
strange for most of the play- 
ers in June, tliey're now a little 
more at ease viath being tlie 
Eagles — especially after the 
success they enjoyed this 
summer, both with the Eagles 
and with the Aces travel soft- 
ball team. 

"Our biggest goal was 
establishing our own identi- 
ty," Sexton said. "We did a 
pretty good job of that and 
tlie players will continue to 
step into tliose shoes." , 

Sexton wanted the team 
to get used to playing with 
each other, so Uikes compet- 
ed in a four- week league that 
was co-run by. Lake Forest, 
Stevenson and Glenbrook 
South higli schools. Playing a 
doubleheader each Monday 
niglit, tlie Eagles went 6-1-1 
on the summer. 

"It gave us a wonderful 
start for the chemistry of our 
program," Sexton said. "Tlie 
kids aren't just happy, but the 
parents also started getting 
an idea of the face of tlie pro- . 
gram. And I know a lot more 
about tlie team now than 1 
did at the beginning of llie 
summer." 

Sexton did knowwhat she 
had with tlie trio of PfeifTcr, 
Claire Seaver and Janae 
LaBaron, all of whom played 
for Sexton last season. 

"Ashton can play wher- 
ever 1 need her, either in the 
outfield or the middle 
infield," Sexton said. "Claire 
was my starting third base- 
man last spring and hit in 
the middle of Uie order for 
me. Janae was more of a spe- 
cialty player, but she's the 
fastest kid in tlie program. 
She's still developing her 



'Our biggest goal was 
establishing our own 
Identity. We did a 
pretty good Job of 
that and the players 
will continue to step 
Into those shoes.' 

Julie Sexton 

Lakes Community High 
School Softball coach 

craft as a hitter." 

Several players unfamil- 
iar to Sexton also stepped up 
tills summer, including 
Hannah Karstedt, Kenney, 
Jamie Braden, Behrendt, 
Shannon Kofoed and Nicole 
Robinson. 

Bolstered by a winning 
record, Sexton feels tlie Eagles 
took a big step forward this 
summer. 

"The kids were real proud 
of themselves; the summer 
gave them a reason to be opti- 
mistic next spring," Sexton 
said. "I just wanted some 
development so I didn't really 
focus on wins and losses, but 
we got the best of both worlds 
tliis summer." 

Tlie players arc split on 
their feelings heading into the 
high school season. 

"I'm really looking for- 
ward, to the season," Seaver 
said.'''And I'm especially look- 
ing forward to beatiiig 
Antioch." 

"1 don't think we'U be bad 
and I definitely think we'll win 
a few games," Behrendt said. 
"We just have to learn how to 
work together." 




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(Above) lakes Cominunfty 
High School varsity soft- 
ball coach Julie Sexton 
meets with players, clock- 
wise from top, Nora 
Kenney, Jamie Braden, 
Ashton Pfelffer, Claire 
Seaver and Call BehrendL 
Hie team Just completed 
Its summer season. (Right) 
Lakes Community High 
School varsity softball 
player Nora Kenney fields 
a ball In the Infield during 
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HOCKEY 



now die only game in town is 
made by Sweden-based Stiga, 
witli lai^e handles replaced 
by tiny knobs at either end of 
the rink and the size of die 
players and sticks cut in half. 
Chargo actually prefers the 
new version. 

-\ "There a different skill 
level involved," Chargo said. 
"Tlie sets you see in bars don't 
have as much skill; you just 
slap Uic puck around as hard 
^.{is you can. This game takes 
more mental concentration 
and refiexcs because it 
involves so many different 
moves. 

"You have to use your 

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hands and your mind at tlie 
same time because every- 
thing happens so quick. If 
your opponent is good, he'll 
try to anticipate what you're 
doing. You always have to be a 
step ahead." 

Charge's cat-like reflexes 
and excellent hand-eye coor- 
dination certainly come in 
handy in die game, as diey 
have in tlie past with ping- 
pong, darts, foosball, air hock- 
ey and actual ice hockey. But 
table hockey remains his 
favorite pastime. 

"I just love that one-on- 
one competition," Chargo 
said. "And this game really 



simulates a real hockey game 
and I excel at it It also brings 
back some of my youth and 
lets my competitive juices 
flow." 

As a teenager, Chargo did 
well in seveml tournaments 
but never took home more 
Uian a couple hundred dol- 
lars for his efforts. But last 
year's U.S. Open title brought 
him $500, while the next 
major tournament, slated for 
Las Vegas in January, will 
fetch the winner at least 
$1,000, 

Wliile the game is growing 
in tlie U.S., Europe remains 
home to the best players in 



the world. Chargo lost to 
Kenny Dubois, the top-ranked 
[ilayer in die country, at this 
year's U.S. Open. However, 
Dubois barely cracks the top 
50 in die world rankings. 

Nonetheless, Chargo is 
considering taking on the 
world's best at the next world 
championship, to be held in 
Moscow in 2007. 

For mote information on 
table hockey, visit tlie Lemont 
League at lemontlablehock- 
ey.com or the U.S. Table 
Hockey Association at 
ustha.com. 

rbackiis@lakelandmedia,com 



., ,crashcs Uiat gamer the most 
attention. 

If racing just Isn't your 
diing, then I would suggest 
tractor pulls because they 
are truly a sight to behold. 
From flawless tractors from 
tlie 1950s giving it their best 
shot to crazy Unlimited Class 

" )nachines with multiple 
blown engines and helicop- 
ter motors creating 12,000 
horsepower, ihtipulLwill, , . 

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prowess. Even Uiose who 
dismiss such a sport will be 
awestruck by the power of 
these machines, just remem- 
ber, if you want to ever hear 
your loved ones again, be 
sure to pack some earplugs 
for tliese contests. 

Demolition derbies are 
yet another extension of our 
collective bloodlust as beat- 
up old cars smash into each 
Qther for a gladi»tor-esque 
last-man-standing atmos- 
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have sugar plumbs of run- 
ning idiots ofi'of 1-94 dancing 
in your head weeks after tlie 
event. After all, we all love the 
smell of gasoline in Uie 
morning- it's the smell of 
victory. 

For diose in need of 
some classic athlete-on-atli- 
lete action widiout Uie 
crutch of hulking machines 
or animals, then it's Ume for 
sonjGi Qailng contests. J Jcnow . 
that many are quick' to dis- 
, misfi those competitoES, but« • 



if you can control your gag 
reflex for Just a little bit, you 
can witness an all-out war 
between a man and his 
stomach wiUi delicious pies 
or hotdogs serving as casu- 
alties. 

So, let's all dust off our 
straw hats, try on our overalls 
and get ready for a rootin'- 
tootin' good time. I'll see you 
there witli my trusty fried 
, Snickers in hand 

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Gurnee Storm softball 
teams go out on top 




By Rob Backus 

Sports Editor 

iven the success this 
summer of the 
Gurnee Storm travel 
Softball program, it's 
hard to believe that only 
three years ago it didn't 
exist. 

Yet tlie Storm has grown 
from 13 kids on just one team 
that first summer to 48 on 
four teams this year — with 
all four teams flourishing at 
one time or another diis sum- 
mer. The program has also 
begun to branch out to the 
rest of Lake County, taking in 
kids from Antioch, Beach 
Park, Libertyville, Lake Forest 
andZion. 

"We just wanted die girls 
to have a chance to play at a 
more competitive level," said 
John Anderson, the program's 
president, and co-founder. 
"So five of us got together and 
started the Storm and it's 
grown so much. It's very 
strong right now and 1 think 
It's only going to get 
stronger." 

Anderson has reason to 
be confident given the suc- 
cess at every level this sum- 
mer. The 12-U team boasted 
several top-three tourna- 
ment finishes and tlie 14 -U 
team went to seven tourna- 
ments, taking home sec- 
ond- and third-place tro- 
phies and' a consolation 
title. 

But the program struck its 
biggest blow at a tournament 
in Rockford last week. Its two 
16-U teams, tlie Storm Blue 
and Storm Gold, shared the 
dtle of tlie 15-team tourna- 
ment, electing not die play 
the tide game after several 
players collapsed in 100- 
degree heat. 

"We figured it was a win 
for the whole program for us 
to share the title," said 
Storm Blue coach Keith 
Wliitlock. "We had to play 
three games in 103-degree 
weather and two kids 
dropped from heat exhaus- 
tion." 

Tlie Storm Blue team has 
undoubtedly been the pro- 
gram's most successful. 
Aldiough its national tourna- 
ment was cancelled, die team 
still managed to finish the 
summer by winning three 
straiglit tournaments and 20 
ofitslast23 games for a 37-13 
final record. 

"We just managed to find 
our chemistry," Wliidock said. 
"We setded into a pretty good 
lineup and several of our hit- 
ters had great second halves 
to die summer." 

No two players were big- 
ger to Gurnee's second-half 
dominance that Ashley 
Milam and Haley Myers. 
Milam was hitdng .115 in 
early July, but hit .346 in her 
final 25 games and was diird 
on die team widi 26 RBI. 

Myers also started. "off 
slQw„but ended up second on 



The success we had 
this summer Just 
shows how much 
this program is 
progressing. We've 
gone from one team 
three years ago with 
no titles to four 
teams and four titles 
tills year.' 

JohnAndcrsor 

Gurnee Storrn president 



the team in hitting (.347 aver- 
age), RBI (32), extra base hits 
(14), walks (13) and sacrifice 
bunts (10) arid lilt .442 in her 
final 20 games. 

"Once they found their 
bats, their gloves got better 
too," Whidock said. "Ashley 
was making a lot of errors, 
but she really turned it 
around and Haley only 
made eight errors in 50 
games," 

Of course, Brittney Jones 
started off hot last spring 
and continued right into tlic 
summer. She led the team in 
every offensive category, hit- 
ting .463 with 11 homers, 
eight triples, 50 RBI, 47 runs 
scored and 30 steals. She 
also provided sound defense 
and a strong arm in center- 
field. 

"She can beat you in so 
many different ways," 
Wliidock said. "In a lot of our 
tournament stops, she was 
die best player. She was worth 
die price of admission and 
die best is yet to come for 
(her) in die future." 

Wliidock also praised the 
efforts of several odicr play- 
ers, including Marissa Bell, All 
Haws, Leanne Kaczmar, 
Whitney Gervelis, Andrea 
Raffles and Courtney 
Wliidock. 

The team's success start- 
ed last fall when the team 
went 9-3 in an IB-U league 
and it carried over into tlie 
spring, widi die Warren High 
team finishing with Its best 
record in several years. And 
Wliitlock feels diings will only 
improve. 

"1 diink it bodes very well 
for die high school," Wliidock 
said. "If this was. a summer 
project for tlie giris, they'd get 
an A-plus. I've been working 
with some of Uiese girls since 
diey were 8 or 9 and to see 
diem really mesh as a team is 
great." 

Anderson agrees diat tlie 
community's softball future is 
bright. 

"Tlie success we had diis 
summer just shows how 
much this program is pro- 
gressing," Anderson said. 
"We've gone from one team 
diree years ago wridi no fides 
to four, teams and four Utles 
this year." 




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Storm Blue U'16 shortstop All Haws fields the ball at shortstop as pitcher Courbiey Whftlock looks on from the mound 
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HAINESVILLE 3-BD., 2-1/2 
ba., w/maater sulto & walk-In 
ctosBt, cal-ln kil."w/bfWst bar., 
dining room, livlngroom, fin. 
bsml- appls.. C/A, 2-car gar., 
Ig. dock, .In cui-da-sac, 
:S1,650/mo. (847)276-5980. 

KENOSHA 3-BD., 1-1/2 ba., 
nowly remodeled, full bsmt., 
C/A, S985/mo. (262)652- 
2592. 

LAKE VILLA a-BD., 1-ba., 
wd, frpl., comploteiy decorat- 
ed, W/D hook-ups, lakerights 
Codar ' Lake. S9B0/mo.+gas, 
oloc. ref. & dap. (847)395- 
1989 after 7pm. 

UNDENHURST CUTE 3-BD. 
RANCH, everything now. 
Clost to Tollway & Motra. 
Short torrrt welcofne. 
S1,200/mo.+sec. dep. 

(847)533-8529, 



ROUND LAKE BEACH - 
LIko Now - 4bd/2ba., 

immaculate home, 

new carpet, fresh paint, 

great location, oIf*streot 

prhng, refrfdgcrator & 

stove. SI 050/mo. 

(847)508-5496 Of 

(847)548-6509. 



lOU^O UkE 594 HAMUtJ 
Now House. 4-bd„ 2.1 ba., 2- 
famllyrooms, Fremont Jr. H.S, 
Mundelofn H.S. $2,200/mo. 
(847)331-9004. 

ROUND LAKE BEACH 
LAKE VIEW 3-bd., house, 
washer/dryer, $900/mo. Avail 
now. (847) 366-0685. 

ROUND LAKE PARK Brand 
now Ig. 4-bd„ 2-ba custom 
home. Lg. deck off master 
bd., another deck from kit., 
C/A/C, cherry cabinets, appls. 
included. Near Metra, shop- 
ping, lake. Sl,400/mo. 
(847)912-1687, Ed.. 

TWIN LAKES, WlSC. 

HOUSES. 
HUGE 4+BD., 2-ba.. 

bsmt,, large gar., 

S1,295/mo. 

, 3-BD, RANCH 

Near Powers LokoBeach, 

Randall Schools. 

' ■ ' S895/moj • ' ' 

(262) 210-2773. 

VERY NICE 4-BD., 2-ba: 

country ho'ma on Ig. lot, w/frpl. 
& gar. Miilbum Grade School. 
Credil chock, ref., sec. dep. 
S1.500/mo. Call Cathy 
(847)244-5330. 

WAUCONDA NEW HUGE 3- 
bd., 2-1/2 ba. home, stops 
away from Millenium Trail. No 
pets. S1,850/mo.+s6c, 

(847)875-2171. 

WAUCONDA-New Spacious 
4bd/2.5ba. homo, w/3-car 
gar., now appl's., bsmnt, FP, 
Dining Rm, (Jving Rm, Family 
Rm, Irg yrd. Professlonty 
landscaped. C/A. Pets wel- 
come. Si 899/mo-H sec. ■ 
Call Eilna (847)314-3923 or 
(224}392-€601. 

WAUKEGAN DUTCH COLO- 
NIAL HOME 3-bd., 1-1/2 ba., 
C/A, gar., In grt, location. St. 
Anastasia Pvt School, Victory 
Hosp., Metra Train, 6 mi. to 
294, S1,400/mo. Short/long 
lomi, (847)662-9862. 

WILDWOOD ' 2BD/tBA 
w/bsmnt, garage, & 'appH's. 
SllOO/mo -h sec. & util's. 
(847)363-3161. 

WINTHROP HARBOR 3-BD., 

1-ba., w/bsmt„ baauUlui tot. 
Was foreclosure. $169,000 or 
fQntSl,20Q/mo. 

(847)845-81 &4. 

ZIQN 2403 GAULEE 3-bd. 
ranch stylo house. Stove, rat., 
w/d. C/A. Section 8 O.K. 
S050/mo.+uUi. (262)857-7771, 
(262) 945-3783. 



BEACH PARK LIKE NEW TH 
2-bd.. 1-ba., appls., 2-car all. 
gar. Sl,150/mo. Call Bronda, 
RE/MAX SHOWCASE (847) 
596-6109. 

BEACH PARK TH, 2-bd., 1- . 
ba.. Beach Park Schools, 
SI 64, 900. Or rent w/option. 
View pholos at: 

www.cy1adia.us/2427 
(847)782-5835. 

BEAUTIFUL END UNTT 
TOWNHOUSE IN ANTIOCH 
3-bd., 2-bQ., 2-car gar., all 
appls., including 

washor/dryor, dlshwashor & 
garbage disposal, ig. ctos- 
ots, vaulted colilngs. C/A, 
close to schools, etc. Must 
see. S1,395/mo. -t- dep. & 
UtIL (847)456-5351. 

FOX LAKE - 1 BDR, 1 BA 
newer condo. Pool and lake 
rights, boat slip and parking 
space. $700/mo,Call Ken ® 
708-203-6677 

FOX LAKE Ibd. Waterfront 
Condo For Rent. S590/mo. . 
(815)563-4312. 

FOX LAKE CONDO 1-bd., 1- 
ba., Chain access, S625/mo. 
+ electric. (847)624-2759. 

FOX LAKE Townhome 
FSBO 
2bd/2.5ba., FP, new furnace, 
balcony • olf Maslerbdmi; 
w/boat slip on Plstakoe Lake. 
5169,900. (847)973-1438. 

FSBO 
Fox Loke/Woodhlila Bay 

Multi-level e[\d unit; newly re- 
modeled, new applis's, steps 
away to pool, tennis, club 
house, boat launch. 
2bd/1.5ba, laundry rm. Nu- 
merous upgrades. S169,900. 

(847)322-1641 

(847)973-8293. 

FSBO HAINESVILLE CON- 
DO 3-bd., 2.5 ba. -f dan, 2-car 
gar., ail new. Priced to sell at 
S18tf,900. (847)528-5801. 

GRAYSLAKE TOWNHOME 
2-BD., 2-ba., Ig. famltyroom, 
2-1/2 car gar., end unit on cul- 
de-sac. Lots of living space 
on 2 levels. Sl.4S0/mo. (B47) 
878-9004, (847) 223-6269. 
www,ronslorvik,com 

GURNEE TH FOR RENT Grt. 
location, near schools & park, 
low density sub., oil Washing- 
ton, end unit w/atl. 2-car gar. 
2-bd., ioll w/wol bar, 1-1/2 
ba., frpl., all appls. including 
w/d. Avail, 9/05. S1,250/mo. + 
sec. (847)623-8355. 

GURNEE TOWNHOME 
FOR RENT 

2-bd., 1-1/2 ba., end unil, 

updated. Avail. Immed. 

(847)815-7721 

KENOSHA/South Side 
Beautiful New Condo on 
Sheridan Rd. - 2bd/2ba, 1250 
sq.ft., w/laundry rm, oak trim 
& cablnels, Berber carpet, 1- 
car all. garage. $145,900. 
Coii Scott for more details 
(224)280-9028. 

LAKE COUNTY 

RESIDENTS 

Anlloch 

New Condo Construction 

490 North Ave. 

4 unil condo building. 

3 bedroom, 2 bath, 

2 car garage. 

Start ® 5205,700 and 

3 units remain. 

Come visit our completed 

model. 

(847)296-5308. 




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TWNSHP) GURNE^ 
SCHOOLS. Olf Hunt Club Rd. 
2-bd.. 2-ba. TH, 

Sl.275/mo.-k-S.D. Appl., F/P, 
Jacuzzi, bsmt., 1-car gar. See 
Virtual Tour @ 

T.J.PROPERTiES.COM Call 
Bronda REP/AX XHOWCASE 
(847) 596-6109. 



ANTIOCH 

NEW CONSTRUCTION. 

RENT TO OWN 1 

Stops from Chain. 

3bd/2.5ba., 2-car gar. End 

unit w/lull bsmnt. Unboiieva- 

bio financing. .' lerrpa. 

S2<18,900. • . . . I • . 

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MCHENRY CONDO 

2-bd., 2-ba., overlooking 

Bull Valley, LR, DR 

w/slldors to balcony, 

kit. w/appls., C/A, utirm., 

alt. gar., security entry, 

5143,000. 

Century 21 Care, 

to view call: Carol Bradley 

(815)344-^240. 



OPEN HOUSE 
SAT 6/11 &6/1B 
SUN. 6/12 & 6/19 

12-4pm. 

521 Fox Ridge Dr. 

Fox Lake Townhome 

Built 2002. Beautiful woodod 

view. 2-bd.. master w/vaullod 

colling, M/2 ba., fin. walk-out 

bsmt., frpl., many upgrades, 

1-car gar. 5195,000. 

SlMlfllSJISID 

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F.S.B.O. 

Call for appt. 
(847)973-1727. 



ROUND LAKE BEACH TH 
FOR RENT 3-bd., 1-1/2 ba., 
1-car gar., C/A, pool, 
S1.100/mo. Socllon 8 tenants 
WBlcome. (847)781-0077. 



ROUND LAKE BEACH 

TOWNHOME FOR SALE 

FAIRFIELD VILLAGES 

5164,000 

'Built in 2000 

'1500 Square Feet 

•End Unit 1/4-1/2 Aero 

'2 Story, 1-car gar. 

• 2 bedroom, 2-1/2 bath 

•Freshly paltttod 

•Carpeting Freshly Cleaned 

•Porgo Jioortng In main 

entrance & In kit 

'Surround sound equipped 

'Allows up to 2 pots 
'Entrance to Long Lake in 

the subdivision. 
You may enjoy swimming 

& grt. fishing 

'includes ail appliances 

•Dishwasher reconlty new 

•Moon faucet replaced In 

kitchen 

'Now fixtures 

•Very well tnfion care of TH 

'Countrv living at It's 

ultimate bcstl 

' Homo (847) 740-5094 

Coll (847) 344-5954 

Ask for Tare. 



SAVANNA RIDGE/Wlldwood 

In-unlt laundry, hid garage, 

ciub/oxerclso rm. All appii's, 

elevator & great location. 

EeslofRt45&Rt120. 

IGL Brokerage 

(847)223-7766 

www.lglroatestate.com . 



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WAUCONDA IN TOWN 

WALK TO EVERYTHING 

1-bd., 1-ba., includes cable 

TV. Avail, Immediately. 

No pets. S725/mo. ■^ sec, 

(847)526-5000 

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WAUCONDA IN TOWN 

LOCATED IN AN OVER 55 

COMMUNITY 

•1-bodroom, 1-balh 

528,900 
•2-bodroom, 1-bath 

Start @$3B,900 
•2-bedroom, 2-bath 

Start @ 534,900. 
' Some Include 
gar., carport, shod, decks & 

room additions.. 

(847)526-5000 

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2000 MOBILE HOME - 

2BD/1BA, w/skylight. Includes 

all appii's. New shod on co- . 

ment slab. Exc. cond. 

S22,500/obo. 

Kingsway Estate - Lot 817 

38455 N. Sheridan Rd 

Beach Park, 11. 60087 

(224)430-8735. 

ADORABLE MOBILE HOME 
IN PARK CITY. Nice & clean. 
Fully carpeted, ig. docks. Ig. 
yd., circular driveway, stone 
frpl,, 3-bd., 2-full bas. w/iacuz- 
zi tub, laundryroom, kit., din- 
ingroom, livingroom, C/A. 
Woodland Schools. Screened 
In porch & storage shod. At! 
appls. included. 528,500. Call 
(847)265-9902 for appt. Only 
serious buyers please. NO 
CALLS AFTER 8PM.- 



CHAIN O'LAKES 
MOBILE HOME PARK 

120 & Foirtleid 

Four Homos for Sale 

$22,995 - 545,000. 

Quiet & well kept 

community 

Cpwilt Check Rea'd. 

Call (847)740-9230 

Please leave a msg. & 

your call will bo returned 

aft. 6pm. 



. QUIET COUNTRY LIVING 

In Whn nllnnd Estates 
Lot 209: PRICE REDUCED - 
1S93Schull, 14x70 -C/A 
Excellent Condition. 2 irg -bd., 
2-Fuil Ba., FP, All appl's. 
Asking 528,900. 
Lot 30: 2bd/1ba.. Irg, kitchen 
w/island, oak cablnels; com- 
pletely remodeled throughout, 
w/rod cedar llrs. codar walls, 
woodburning stove. 

Very, very culel Must Seel. 
Asking $36,Q00/obo. 
Lot 42: 2-3bd/1ba, C/A, front 
kilchon/dintng area, nil appl's 
w/dishwashor. Nowly updated 
Irg dock & shod. 
Asking 51 5,900/obo 
Lot 106: 2-Bd„ 1-ba., beauti- 
ful kit., ail oppls. w/oxtra 
freezer & microwave. Now 
floors throughout, C/A. Ig.. 
shod, covered patio. Asi^ing 
519.900. ,'.".'. .* 

Call Sarah (262)537;2314.- . • 



CITY VIEW 

MANUFACTURED HOME 

COMMUNITY 

For Seniors 55+ 

4303 75th St., Kenosha. 

Lot 4: 2bd/1ba., all now ap- 
pii's. w/dishwashor, C/A, 
Front Living Rm & kitchen, 
shod, close prkng. 
Asking S7000/obo. 
|jQjL59i 2bd/1ba, 16x64.311' 
applis's., A/A, deck w/ramp, 2 
sheds, w/lront 
Living Rm & Kitchen. 
Asking S2g,goo/obo. 
(.eLE5l.2bd/1ba, screened 
In porch, new siding, 12x60, 
needs some work 
& applis's. 
RRST MO. RENT FREE' 

Asking $4900/obo. 

LBLlL2bdyiba., 12x60 

w/1 0x25 Florida Rm 

addition, on Irg lot. w/FP, front 

kit., now windows, 

some applis's. 

Asking S7,900/obo. 

UilMLSbd/lba. front LR, ell 

appl's., nice cond., Irg shed, 

cement patio w/awning. 

Ashing S750Q/obo 

Coii Sarah (262)694-6464. 

FSBO - 3BD/2BA custom re- 
modeled Mobile Homo In 
prestigious Pioneer Estates, 
l^ke Geneva Wisconsin. 
OPEN HOUSE 
SundaysJuiy 10&17 
from 1pm -4pm. 
Call Theresa (262)249-0702. 
Too Many Ejclras to LlslII 

LAKE BLUFF/BEACH PARK 

2bd Mobile Homes. 

Owner Financo. 

From $500 down. $185/mo. 

(847)235-1008. 

~ LAKEMOOR 

Manufocturod Homo 

Port O'Sulllvan - Very nice 

2t}d, double wide 

mobile home, exc. cond. 

You own land. 569.000. 

Kastle Realty - Marjlo 

(847)502-8251. 

MODULARS '- DOUBLE- 
WIDES - SINGLEWIDES - IL- 
LINOIS LARGEST DISPLAY 
OF FACTORY BUILT 
HOMES! FOUNDATIONS, 
BASEMENTS, GARAGES, 
SEPTiCS - WE DO IT ALLIl 
FREE STATEWIDE DELIV- 
ERY & INSTALLATION RI- 
LEY HOMES (800)798-1541. 

PARK CITY MOBILE HOME 

By Original Owner 

1999 Skyline 
Built Royal Manor 
Triple-Wide Home. 
3-bd., 2-full bas.. Ig. family- 
room, dlnlngroom, livingroom, 
Cathedral celling thm-oul. 
Skylights, fully carpeted, all 
appls (Ig. oven, Microwave, 
side-by-sido ref., dishwasher, 
extra (g-hoavy dty QE 
washor/dryor). 
Many oxtms. Exc, Cond. 
Must see to appreciate. 
Serious Inquiries Only. 

$71,000 

Financing Avaiiabio 

(847)336-7005. 

WAUCONDA IN TOWN 

LOCATED IN OVER 55 

COMMUNITY • 

2-bd., 1-ba. 

Newly decorated, w/warranty, 

includes, room addition, shod 

& carport. 539,900. 

(847)526-5000 

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A STUNNING 1-BD. in Victor- 
Ian mansion. 2-firaptace3, 
stained glass, Ig. pon;h, laun- 
dry, parking. S650/mo. 
(847)623-6119. 



ANTIOCH 
SEQUOIT APARTMENTS 

. 2bd-S745/mo. 



(047)7 12-5446/flay 



FOX LAKE Ig. 2-bd., oppls., 
laundry, balcony, ^nowly deco- 
rated. No pels. (815) 403- 
9556. 

GRAYSLAKE i&2 Bd! 
UNITS. Recently remodeled. 
Most ulii, included. Starting @ 
S875/mo, No pets. No smok- 
ing, (847)735-1719. 

GRAYSLAKE 2-BD., 2-BA. 

Close to train, shops, library. 
Avail. Immodiateiy. 

Sl,400/mo. (847)638-9600. 

GRAYSLAKE APT 

2bd w/own laundry rm, quiet 

building. No pots, Sec. Dep + 

rol's. (847)223-0022. 

MALLARD RIDGE 
APARTMENT HOMES 

S14O.00 Moves you In! 
50.00 Security Deposit with 
approved crediL Immodiate 
occupancy on our spacious 
1 and 2 bedroom floor plans. 
Hot Water/Sowar & Garbage 

Inciudod.Pots Welcome 

. (2 per apt,). Call about our 

reduced rates todi^l 

(847)356-5010. 

INGLESIDE 

2-BEDROOM APT. 

Available immediately. 

Newly decorated, bright. 

S7B5/mo. 

NO PETS PLEASE. 

(847)297-5018. 



ANTIOCH 2-BD. COURT- 
YARD APT. S795/mo, l6t. 
mo. FREE. Senior Discounts 
Avon. (773)457-1 925, 

ANTIOCH CHAIN OF LAKES 
t & 2 tid. apts., heat Inciudod, 
S700 & S800/mo. Grt. view, 
dock, Ig. yd. Boat slip avail. 
(847) 951-4447. 

FOX LAKE Z-BD. apt., new 
carpet, utilllos included. Avail, 
immodialoiy. . No pots. 
S800/mo, (847) 362-7546; 

FOX LAKE HAWTHORNE 
APTS. Starting at $500/mo. 
For move In specials call 
(647)508-006?. . . , , , 



N.E. WAUKEGAN (2) 1-BD. 

apts., fumishod, carpeted, 
drapes, blinds, heal included, 
gar. available, complete, 
S645-S695/mo.. + sec. dep., 
1yr. lease. (847)244-7658, 
(847) 244-0840. 

WAUCONDA 1 & 2 BD. 
APTS.Nowly dec, heat & 
hot water Included. 5635- 
$675/mo. Lease, sec. dep., 
ref. No pots. Available Im- 
mediately. (847)433-0891. 

WAUKEGAN WEST SIDE 1- 
bd. apt. S600/mo., gar. extra. 
Walk-in closets, laundry, indi- 
vidual ' storage, sec. entry. 
(847)244-6448. 



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TWO NICE, CLEAN ROOMS 
FOR RENT in largo, quiet, 
Waukogon homo, 12 mins. 
from Navy Base, Ail privileg- 
es, cable TV, olf street park- 
ing, basement laundry. Must 
be stable, rosponslblo adult. 
No smoking. (1) S115/wk, (1) 
S12S/wk. Deposit required. 
(847) 207-8337, 

WADSWORTH ROOM FOR 
RENT Female proforred, 
Boouttfui homo, pvt. ba., 
S625/mo. ••■ dep. (224)280- 
9028. 

ziON FURNISHED EFR- 
CtENCIES w/kilchenetles. 
Start from Sl50/wk. No shar- 
ing. Utititlos incld., (847)208- 
6124, (847) 56M899. 



CLEAN NEWLY REMOD- 
ELED' 2-bd., 1-ba., 
1, 000sq.lt., frpl., Isl. dr., next 
to pari<, S690/mb.-t-1/2 utii. 
Lake Villa (847)809-7110. 

LAKE VILLA CLEAN NEW- 
LY REMODELED 1,000sq.fl., 
Irpl.. IsL llr.. secure, laundry, 
house privileges, ulil. includ- 
ed, $450/mo. (847)809-7110. 

SHARE LONG LAKE homo 
on 1.5 acres; w/lakovlew/lako- 
righls. (847)740-4399, 





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LAKE VILLA PVT. 1-BD. 
APT. on Cedar Lake. Hid. 
gar, S650/mo.+util, sec, dop. 
&rol, (847)721-1989, 



LAKEVIEW TERRACE 

APARTMENTS LAKE VILLA 

Largo 1 & 2 bedrooms, 5715- 
$840/mo, Heat, water, air in- 
cluded, (847)356-5474. 



MUNDELEIN 3-BD., 1-BA.. 
2nd llr. above store. Close to 
schools & f\^elra. 

51 .OOO/mo.-f sec. No pets. 
Avail. Aug. 1st. 

(847)949-8050, lOBVO moa- 
sago. 



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2701 6£eit FBcmui 
U/mOtegwi, 0BMi6 60085 

847-249-1070 

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OLDER MALE PREFERRED 
No pels. Luxury home located 
on 1-ac, in Lake Villa. 
S350/mo -f- sec. 
Call eves, or on weekends 
(847)265-6234 - Maria, 




ROOM for rent weekly or 
monthly. In Lake Villa. 59 & 
Grand /^ve. Available Immedi- 
ately. House to Share 595/wk. 
or S375/mo., util's, laundry & 
cable incld'd. Males preferred. 
Sec. dep. installments. (414) 
B07-flP03. 

ROUND LAKE BEACH 
ROOM TO RENT - Non- 
smoking female preferred. 
l.Sba., w/houso privilodges. 
Great prldng, C/A, laundry, 
palfo/dock. S400/mo + sec", 
■dop. (847)546-9288. 

WATERFRONT HOUSE TO 
SHARE S850/mo.i-1/2 utilit- 
ies. (815)790-8905. 



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ANTIOCH 
SLEEPING RM 

on Petite Lake. 

W/beach, pier, cable 

TV. 

$90fwk*$90aep. 

(8^7)872-2436. 



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FOX LAKE PROFESSIONAL 
OFFICES. Lakoviow, down- 
town, l8l. fir. (847) 587- 
1615. 



Commercial Spaco for Rent 

Ml Zoning In 

Anlloch Industrial Park 

Un»A-30Wx64Uw/214'H 

Garage Doors Heated & 

Bathroom. 

Unit B-30'x30' w/9'Hlghx1 6'W 

Garage Doors. 

UnilC-30'Wx36'L&has2- 

12*H Garage Doors. 

Antioch Township in Heart 

of Chain Area CR Zoning 

Commerciol Space 

70x40 w/3-Garage Doors 

12'Hx16'W, 2-12x12 in floor 

heat office & Bathroom 

80x140 w/3 Garage Doors 

16'Wx16'H,16'Wx14'H & 

12'Wx14'H Door. 
Col) Mike (847)970-2100. 

GRAYSLAKE DOWNTOWN 

STOREFRONT 

Approx. 1500sq,lt., 

51 ,500/mo. 

GRAYSLAKE OFFICE 

795sq.lt., S765/mo, 

GRAYSLAKE SHOP OR 

OFRCE 

1200sq.1t.,S995/mo. 

FIRST MONTH FREE RENT. 

Colt Chris (847) 274-5476. 



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5,O00 sq. ft., lower 

level/basement. 

$900/nio. Exc for 

oFf IcCf storage or 

worlufiop. 

847-863-5495 



LAKEMOOR/VOLO 

INDUSTRIAL 

BUSINESS 

RENTALS 

AVAILABLE NOW! 

i200sq.ft., segs/mo. 

2000sq.ft., Stigs/mo. 

2400sq.ft.,$132S/mo. 

A/C Office & Baths 

12x1 2ft. doors 

27992 W. State Rt. 

120, at Fisher Rd. 

Rental office Unit 

#53 (main unit) 

Open Mon-Frl. 9-3 Or 

By appolntmont 

(815)578-8000. 

Cell (847)903-7788. 



OFFICE FOR RENT 

Downtown Orayslako, 

approximately 1,400sq,fL 

Bright rqcopiion area, all 

newer fixtures, ready to move 

in. Partially fumishod. Two 

private offices. Gonorous 

storage space. Convenient 

parking. 51,375 per month 

Includes utilities. 

Move In, ono month FREE. 

Reforoncos required. 

Contact Bob Schroodor 

(847)223-8161. 

UP TO 3,0OOSQ.FT. STORE 
FRONTAGE AVAIL on Roll- 
ins. Will divide. (847)546- 
0222. 

WAUCONDA IN TOWN 

1 1 00sq.lt. Warehouses 

w/lg. overhead doors & 

washrooms. Includos sewer 

& water, Avail. 7/1 & 9/1. 

S780/mo + sec. 

(847) 526-5000 ' 

loavo message. 



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Vacajii i;Ols 
Acreage 



CONOVER, Wi. - 40A w/cab- 

in, gar,, 2-6lorago bldngs., 

heavily woodod, surrounded 

, jby pgbilo Ipiid, IPPO' ,o^ t^oul 

* siroam loopa thar property. 

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CLASSIFIED 



August 5-11 , 2005 




Vacant lx)ts 
Acreage 




Boal/MolOR/Klc,' 



FOR SALE 80 Acres, 
Konosha County, 21 acres 
Prima Devetopmonl proporty, 
woodod wilh pond. Quatlfiod 
buyers call 262.877-8309 

or E-rnall 

markwogner@fTisn,com 

MISSOURI LAKE LOTS from 
only S26,900 ready lo build, 
do so lo town. Pool/club- 
houso, lako occoss, pavod 
toads. Boat slips avail. Call 
for appolntmont. (866)696- 
5263. 



568 



Out Of 
Area Property 



IVIOST AFFORDABLE 

LAKEFRONT CABIN In tlio 

NORTHWOOD 

Wilh 100* o( Lakofronl. Built in 
1987 2bd/1ba. Tho groat rm 
consisting of living, dining & 
kflchan aroa; w/FP & ro- 
cossed lighting; has a won- 
dorful codar vaullod colling & 
irg glass doors facing the 
beautiful msllc iakoshoro. 
Chancy Lake Is popular for 
tisliing & boating but don't 
rule out winlor use as this 
homo Is located near downhill 
Ski locations. Snowmobtio 
from your back door lo iho 
trails In Michigan or Wise. 
Loctod N. of MInocqua & E. of 
Mercer. 2004 taxes S418. For 
moro info call (847)973-2030 
or (847)404-9060. 

orforod at $139,900. 

NEW RELEASE 20% dfs- 
count for resofvatron holders 
only. Coslai Georgia Gated 
Deep Water Access. Wooded, 
Lagoon 8, golf course homo- 
sitos. Call tor reson/ation Info 
(877)266-7376. 

NORTHERN IVIARINETTE 
COUNTY, Wl. Immaculate 2- 
bd. homo on 3 acres w/boau- 
lilully landscaped yard. Open 
concept, free standing FP. 
Perfect homo or cottage. 
5142,900. llOOsq.ft. homo on 
Bocchor Lako with full walk- 
out basomenl, sun porch, ga- 
rage and moro. $159,900. 
www.hBnson-featty.com ■ 
(715)324-5868. 

NORTHERN WL Waterfront 
Proporty-165'x400' woodod 
between Lake of tho Foils & 
PIko Lake. Good access to 
black lop road. Electric Is in. 
SS3,900. 

(920)648-5403 or (715)476- 
3666. 

NORTHERN, Wise. 

WATERFRONT PROPERTY 

4.3 acres, pvt., woodod, on 

6004- acre lake. Cannot bo 

subdivided. Good access to 

blacktop road, doc, 

well water, $58,000. 

LAKE LOT 

Approx. 0.9 acres, 144ft. sand 

" frontage, wooded, 579,000. 

SMALL DUPLEX 

Near Wolf River and 

thousands of acres of public 

land, S58,000. 

(715)478-3566. 



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Recreational 
Vehicles 


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ATTENTION: 

CHURCHES, SCHOOLS. 

BANDS, SOCIAL CLUBSIl 

30FT. CHAMPION 

COACH BUS 

1997 FREIGHTLINER 

Cummins Dlosol 

Allison Transmission. 

26 pass., whoolchair lift. 

GOOD FOR PASSENGER 

BUS OR MOTOR HOME 

CONVERSION 127,000 ml. 

Buns & Drives ExcellentIt 

$12,500. 
Call Ken (224) 557-9544. 




1990 BAYLINER CAPRI 
w/cuddy. CD player, healer, 
new Int eeats, w/2000 
I20hp. Merc. Excellent con> 
ditlon, like new. Seats 6. In 
water, price Includes slip 
for remaining season, 
S5,600/bost. (847) 456-4685. 

1994 25FT. CROWNUNE 
CABIN CRUISER. Dual cab- 
Ins, 5.7 XL motor. 278 hrs. 
Full enclosed cover. Groat 
cond. Must see, is In water. 
S17.200/best. (847) 721- 
9049. 




';i]nilns/Decoralinf 




1994 CROWNUNE ^10 

Cuddy in good cond, 350 

mere., w/porta-potly, low 

hrs, trim tabs. Incld's full 

campor canvas & brand 

now mooring cover. 

Tandem trailer. Comes with 

slip on Fox Lake. 

(847)356-8050. 

ALL FOR $13,500. 



1997 CHAPARRAL 240 SIG- 
NATURE CRUISER. Like 
new, 97hrs., camper top 
w/onclosuros, 350 Morcruisor, 
528,500. Call Ken (224) 557- 
9544. 

2000 TRACKER PARTY 
DECK. 21ft., w/traitor. Docked 
out lor (ishing or leisure. Mo- 
tor Guide trolling motor w/loot 
control, Eagle Depth & Fish 
Finder, 10 person capacity. 
Asking SI 2,500. Days (847) 
812-9664. eves. (847) 395- 
4439. 

2001 CHAPARHEL SUNES- 
TA 233 DECK BOAT. Com- 
pjptely fp s tj c d . Only 70 
hours, fuel injected V8, cus- 
tom sound system. 530,000. 
Call Ken (224) 577-9544. 



BOAT FOR SALE 

FAMILY EXPANDING 

1993 Cobia Monte Carlo - 

1 88 ESL 3.0 Morcruisor. 

Exc. Cond S5500. 

(847)280-1306. 



MERCURY 3.0 LITER AL- 
PHA-1 OUTDRIVE, S500. 
(847) 587-6998, 

MERCURY 3.0 LITER EN- 
GINE 130HP, S550. (847) 

587-6998. 

PROJECT BOAT 18' Soaray 
Seville, engine needs head 
gasket, trailer, 140hp, 10, 
S2,000/best. (847) 587-6998. 

SHORE STATION FOR CA- 
TERMABAN SAILaOAT. 

S700. Rowboat/PWC. (847) 
587-6098, 

SHOHEUNE BUNK STYLE 
Boat Trailer, 16-19' capacity. 
S500/obo. Call (847)5B7- 
6998. 




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COLEMAN 12X10, 2RM. 
DOME TENT, used twice, 
$45. ALL NEXT BRAND 
NEW; Kerosene stove w/logs, 
2 burners, $40. Oven 
.box/Kerosene Slovo, S25. 
Froeplay Seif-Powerod Lan- 
tern. 525. Coleman 3 Burner 
Power HsQ., dual fuel stove. 
Coleman Multi-use HI Stand, 
S60. 2 Coleman folding bod 
25x69x13, S20. Call Joo/Lor- 
rio (847)526-9344. 



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(iirs for Sale 



***CUSTOM*" 

BOAT LETTERING 

CALL 

847-587-7256 

1987 SEA RAY 21ft.. Mid- 

^, cabin, very low hours approx. 

' 100, wrtrallor. Like new. Musi 

see. $12,500. (847) 395- 

0490. 

1998 24FT. CROWNLINE 

SOW RIDER, Bravo CJ' 

Morcruisor, low hrs., v//lrallor,i 

" S2&.WlQri^15)78P^9W4%*/t 



S5O0 POLICE IMPOUNDS, 
cars from S500! Tax repos, 
US Marshall & IRS sales. 
Cars, tmcks, SUV's, Toyotas, 
Honda's, Chevy's & moro. For 
listings call (800)814-5154. 

'00 CHRYSLER 300M, moon- 
root, aluminum wheels, while 
& moro! N3S56N. S12.950. 
(866)675-4444. 

1996 White Mitsubishi Eclipse 
RS. Exc. cond., original own- 
er, low miles, garage kept. 
Asking S4200 (847)782-0661 . 

AUTO AUCTION 
OPEN TO THE PUBUC 

SALVATION ARMY 
Every Saturday, Qam. 
Every Wednesday, 5pm. 
Over 150 cars, boats, camp- 
era & motorcycles to bo 
sold weekly 
to tho highest bidder 
at no reserve. 
Opening bid $100. 
(047)662-0100 
. 2727 Bolvldoro Rd 
woukogonauto auctlon.com 



BMW - 1995 740 I; w/76,000 

pilles, BJapk, vy/lan sport pkge, 

wheels. S13,90'o/obo. 

Day: (847)414-5755 

Evos: (647)740-4222. 



BMW '02 3301 sdn. $27,999, 
(868)452-6064. 

CADILUC '02 SEVILLE SLS, 
WV2592, 516,795. (847)623- 
3000. 

CADILLAC 1977 EL DORA- 
DO exc. cond., 80,000 ml., 
minor body damage to rear, 
mns grt., S1.500/bosL Call 
Darren (847) 276-8049. 

CADILLAC '99 SLS, North- 
star, bik & morel W3557N 
' S8950. (866)575-4444. 

CHEVY "00 MALIBU LS, V6, 
all the toysl A dealt 33,995. 
(847)587-0356. 

CHEVY '01 MONTE Carlo LS, 
Silver, ABS, 1 -owner, 40K & 
moro «32g8N 510.950. 
(866)675-4444, 

CHEVY '04 IMPALA SS, SU- 
percharged. 520.999, 

(888)452-6064. 

CHEVY 1990 CAPRICE 
WAGON, now engine, new 
trans., great condition, 70.000 
miles. 52,600. (847) .587- 
6998. 

CHRYSLER W 300M 
#V3002, $18,995. (847)623- 
3000. 

DEPENDABLE CARS, 

TRUCKS & MINI VANS avail 
from S500-S1,500. No Gim-. 
micks. Just good vehteles. 
See online 

call {847)301-4154, 

DODGE '01 STRATUS RT, 
moonroof, Hhr. tndy red & 
morof #3466N $8950. 
(866)675-4444. 

DODGE '03 INTREPID SE, 
30K, almond & morol H3248N 
510.950.(866)675-4444, 

DODGE 1996 SPIRIT, good 

looking, needs trans work. 
S250/best. (262) 877-8881. 

FORD '00 MUSTANG GT 
coupe, 511.999. (888)452- 
6064. 

FORD '01 TAURUS SES, I- 
owner, 50K, loaded, blue & 
morol H3464U $9950. 
(666)675-4444. 

FORD '02 ESCORT 2x2, cpo, 
56999. (888)452-6064. 

FORD 1995 TAURUS 

$igoo/obo 

Call Bill -(615)693-8025. , 

HONDA 1987 WAGON, tow. 
S1,000/bost. (647) 223-5444 
leave message. 

LINCOLN *97 CONTINEN- 
TAL, S6999. (888)452-6064. 

MITSUBISHI '00 GALANT 
ES. WV3098. $6995. 

(847)623-3000. 

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NEED A GRE;^' RIDE? 

CHECH OUT THE 

VEHICLES FOR SfiLE 

IN THE CLASSIFIED 

SECTIONI 

□■■■■■■■•■••■■■•■•••o 

OLDSMOBILE '95 CUTLASS 
CIERA SL sdn., V6, low 
miles, SI .999. (847)587-0356. 

PONTIAC '02 GRAND prix 
GTP, super chrged, Ithr, 
moonroof & morel #3369N. 
$10,950. (866)675-4444. 

PONTIAC '02 SUNFIRE SE 
2-dr, moonroof. CD, bik & 
morel «3418U $8950. 
(866)675-4444. 

SATURN ^99 SWL wgn. 
WV3095. S4995. (647)623- 
3000. 

SUBMIT YOUR LAKELAND 
CLASSIFIED ADS ON THE 
INTERNET! 
Visit lakalandmodla.com to 
place your ads convontonlly. 
Ads appear on the Internet, In 
all Lakeland Papers... The 
Great Lakes Bulletin and The 
Market Joumal for only 
$24.00 for 4 linos (appnsxi- 
matoly 16 words), then only 
.60e for each additional line. 

TOYOTA 1994 COROLLA 
DX sdn., auto., A/C, ABS, 
141 K miles. Groat runner & 
really reliable! 53,000. (647) 
406-8205 ask 4 Nikl. 



READY TO BUY or sell a 
Classic Antique, Hot Rod, 
Street Rod, Muscle Car or 
special Interest vehicle? 
Check out mldwestclasslc- 
care.com . ZOver 500 vehi- 
cles avail, withtng driving dls- 
. lance. " 




Scnice & Parts 



TWO SETS OF BMW TIRES 
w/rlms, $350 each set/best. 
Plus misc. tires & misc. BMW 
parts lor sale. 5350 each 

sct/bGSt. (847) 828-6313. 




Vans 



CHEVY '01 ASTRO LT AWD, 
WV3179 56995. (847)623- 
3000. 

CHEVY '01 EXPRESS Hl-Top 
Conversion, TV. VCR, 
515,999.(888)452-6064. 

DODGE '00 CARAVAN, rod. 
sport & moro! W3539N S6950. 
(866)675-4444. 

DODGE '02 RAM conversion 
Van, hunter gm, eld & so 
much morel «3468N $9950. 
(666)675-4444. 

DODGE '03 CARAVAN SXT 
4-dr. $10,999. (866)452-6064. 

NISSAN '99 QUEST SE 4-dr, 
(/V3208, $9770. (847)623- 
3000. 



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Sport UQlily 
Veliides 



CADILLAC '99 ESCALADE, 
4x4, «PB320 $13,999. 
(888)452-6064. 

CHEVY '02 BLAZER Xtromo, 
2-dr, 514.999. (888)452-6064. 

CHEVY '90 SUBURBAN 4x4 
#V3033 510,995. (847)623- 
3000. 

FORD *03 EXPLORER sport 
Trac XLT, Tonneau cover, 
aluminum wheels, bedllner, 
4x4, bik & moral */3550N 
Sl7,950. (866)675-4444. 

JEEP '02 WRANGLER Sa- 
hara Edition 4x4, 2-tops, 
520,499. (888)452-6064. 

JEEP '04 WRANGLER Rubi- 
con, Hard/Soft Top. 4x4, 17K 
auto & morol f(335SN 
$21,950.(866)675-4444. 

JEEP 'OS LIBERTY 4x4. load- 
od, 6cyl., bik, sport & much 
morol */3218 $17,950, 

(866)675-4444. 

JEEP 2002 SPORT soft/hard 
top, low miles, $14,000/bost. 
Must sell duo to health prob- 
lems. (847)245-3007. 

MAZDA '03 TRIBUTE LX 4x4, 
BV3210 $16,995. (047)623- 

3000. 

POLORIS '04 SCFIAMBLER 
500 4x4 & much morel 
fl3489N, 54950.' (866)675- 
4444. 

SUZUKI SIDEKICK, runs 
good, but needs some t»dy 
work, $650. (847) 587-6998. 




HONDA 1QQ5 GOLDVinNG 
1200CC w/traiier, good cond., 
98,000 mi. Asking 53,500. 
2004 HONDA SHADOW, 
750CC, only 750 ml., all ex- 
tras, mint cond., S8.000. 
(047)245-6942. alter 4:30p.m. 



TOYOTA CELICA 1990, 

whito manual, 5600. , Runs 

groati 

Acura 3.2 TL Type S - 2002. 

w/navigator. silver, loaded. 

65,000mllos. $15,000. 

(847)721-4039. 

VOLKSWAGON '02 JETTA 
GLS. Turbo sdn. HV3209 
$14,495. (847)623-3000, 




MTM ELECTRIC 
ELECTRIC & 
TELEPHONE 

Residential and small 

business. Remodeling, 

additions, upgrades, 

lighting and outlets. 

Telephone and Cat 5 

wiring, 50% olf SQC rates. 

FREE Estimates, 

Fully Insured. 

Call Mlko (847)546-8388. 




Ilandjinan 



COLLEGE STUDENT LOOK- 
ING FOR SUMMER WORK. 

Experienced in light construc- 
tion, general maintenance, 
painting, lawn care & tear 
down work. No Job too big or 
small. Caii now for a FREE 
'estimate. Brandon (224) 715- 
6810. 

HANDYMAN WORK 

REASONABLE RATES 

*Ught Electrical 

'Light Plumbing, Painting, 

Remodeling, Drywali, 

Carpentry & Repairs 

•FREE Estimates. 

Calf Rob (847) 672-9073, 

Mark (773) 727-2893. 

TREE CUTTING 

Tree cutting & trimming, 

painting & Carpentry son/Ices. 

Competitive rates, 

Your satisfaction 

guaranteed. 

For a FREE estlmalo call Pat 

(847) 740-4307. 



CHEVY '97 K2500 4x4, P/U, 
w^plow («V2B34, $8995. 
(847)623-3000 

CHEVY S-10, 1997, 66,000 
miles, automatic, roguir 
cab. Asking $4,300. (847) 
553-8355. 

DODGE '00 RAM SPORT 
Black 4x4, SOK miles. Rog. 
cab; mint $13K. (847)689- 
2337, 

DODGE '04, 4X4, RAM 
RUMBLE BEE, 4x4, 2K, AND 
MORE. & morel #3260N 
$24,350. (866)675-4444. 

FORD '01 F250 4x4 Dlosol 
PAJ, flV3182, $20,995. 
(847)623-3000.. 

FORD '03 F150 XLT, Super 
Crow. 4x4 P/U. 4-dr, 
518.995. (888)452-6064. 

TRAILER (CAR HAULER) 
"FoalhorlHo" A+ condition, su- 
per wincli, aluminum & SS, 
dual axle, $5,200. (847) 587- 
6998. 

TRUCK LETTERINCy 
VAN LETTERING 

Comploto Design 

Service 
847-5B7-7256 



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DEBBIE'S CLEANING 

SERVICE 

SPRING CLEANING 

WINDOWS, WOODWORK, 

HOUSE CLEANING. 

RoQsonablo Rates. 

FREE Estimates. 

Also Move-Ins/Move Outs. 

22yrs. Experlonco. 

(647)651-2683. 



CLEAR DIAMOND 

CLEANING COMPANY 

gyrs. Cleaning Experience 

'Commercial Buildings 

'Business Offices 

'Private Homes 

'Residential Properties. 

(847) 265-5064 

Fax:(847)265-1600. 

IDREAMOFGINA 

CLEANING SERVICE 

Is committed to providing top 

quality & custom cleaning 

needs. Bonded & Insured. 

Call today for FREE estimate 

(847)732-7953. 

SUZIEQOGDEN'S 
HOME CLEANING 

•Residential 

•Weekly 

•Bi-weekly 

• 'Monthly 

*MovG-in 

'Move-out 

'New construction 

•Offices 

'One time cloanings, 

FREE EstlmatosI 

Senior discountsi 

Insured. 

Caii Suzio 0. 

Office: (847)587-4340 

Coll: (B47) 207-1646. 



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L& D 

LANDSCAPINGI 

WE DO rr ALL! 

SPRING CLEAN UPI 

No Job too big 

or too smalll 

CUTTING DOWN 

TREES 

STUMP REMOVAL 

'Lawn Mowing 

•Weed & Edge 

Rower Beds 

*Troo & Hodge 

Trimming 

•Mutch 

'Power Wash or 

Staining Docks & 

Fences 

'Tilling Small Flower 

Beds & Gardens 

'Core Aerating. 

Homo (047) 223-3161 

Cell (847)945-8027 

"FIREWOOD 

AVAILABLE" 



EGW SERVICES 

Is Your Deck 

Gnrf fiNaotj? 

EGW Services can help. 

Specializing in: 

' ♦Powonivashlng 

•Dockwashlng 

•Stalning*Palnling 

•Deck & Fence Repairs 

•Water Proofing 

♦Tilo Flooring 

(847)207-9191 

Office (847) 587-4340 

HANDYMAN WORK 

REASONABLE RATES 

'Ught Electrical 

'Light Plumbing, Painting, 

Remodeling, Drywali, 

Carpentry & Repairs 

•FREE Estimates. 

Ceil Rob (847) 672-9073, 

Mark (773) 727-2893, 




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Landscaping 



EGW SERVICES 

Mother's Day, 

Memorial Day, 

Graduation Party, 

Father's Day. 

41h Of July. 

Three Day Weekend. 

Is your dock ready? 

Staining as low as $.60 sq.ft. 

Book Earlyl 

SavaBlgl 

Power Washing 

Dock Washing 

Staining, Painting 

Dock & Fence Repair. ' 

Office (847) 587-4340 

Cell (847) 207-9191. 



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Profes-sional 

Scpiices 



I'LL COME TO YOUII Car or 
truck problems? Get them 
fixed and running cheap, 50% 
off your best estimate. Guar- 
anteed, Call Kevin (847) 971- 
9710. Serious Inquiries only. 



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Remodeling 



DC TILE WE We Install, ce- 
ramic, vinyl tile, Parquet, 'and 
Porgo floors. For free oslt- 
matas call (847) 395-0777, 
pager (708) 986-8504. 

HANDYMAN WORK 

REASONABLE RATES 

•Ught Electrical 

'Ught Plumbing, Painting, 

Remodeling, Drywali, 

Carponlry & Repairs 

'FREE Estimates. 

Call Rob (847) 672-9073, 

Mark (773) 727-2893. 




9.00 



Icgals 



PUBUG NOTICE 

AFFORDABLE SELF 

STORAGE 

Affordable Self Storage will 
dispose of goods for non-pay- 
ment from: 

Unit fl 21 belonging to Steve 
Daniels, consisting of Misc. 
household goods. 
Disposal of those items will 
take place at Affordable Self 
Storage, 133 So. Route 12,. 
Fox Lako, ILon Aug. 13, 2005 
at 10:00 am. 

0729E-73B9-FL 
July 29. 2005 
Aug. 5, 2005 



PUBUC NOTICE 
. ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME application 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 
Core Cleaners 
NATURE/PURPOSE: 
Dryclesn service 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY; 
12 W. Belvidore Rd.. Halnos- 
vills, IL. 60030. (847) 224- 
6961. ' 

294 W. CaldweJi Dr., Round 
Lake. IL 60073. 
NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES)OFTHE 
PERSON(S) OWNING. 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Stove Kim. 294 W. Caldwell 
Dr., Round Lake, IL, 60073, 
(847)546-2062. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE) 

This Is to certify that Ih'e un- 
dersigned lntQnd(s} to con- 
duct tho above named busi- 
ness from tho location(s) indi- 
cated and that the tmo and le- 
gal lull name(5) of Iho 
per5on(B) owning, conducting 
or transacting the business 
is/are correct as shown, 
/s/ Slovo Kim 
July 13, 2005 

Tho foregoing Instalment 
was acknowledged before me 
by tho person (s) intending to 
conduct tho business this 
13th day of July 2005, 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/Barbara J. Nosier 

Notary Public 

Received: July 14, 2005 

Wlllard R. Holander 

Lake County Clerk 

0722D-7297-RL 

July 22, 29, 2005 

Aug. 5, 2005 



PUBUC NOTICE 

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 

NINETEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, 

LAKE COUNTY, ILUNOIS 



PROBATE DIVISION 



Eetala of 

Jetf rey P. Brown 



Deceased 



No. 05 P 505 



CLAIN NOTICE 

Notice Is given of tho death of Jeffrey P. Brown, of Wauko- 
gan, Illinois. Letters of office wore Issued on July 14, 2005, to 
David H. Brown, 4749 James Hills Road, Kettering, OH. 45429 
whose attorney Is Christopher J. Fekete, Griasheimer & Associ- 
ates, 321 Grand Avenue, Waukegan, IL 60085. 

Claims against the estate may bo filed in the office of tho 
Clerk of the Circuit Court at 18 N. County Street, Waukegan, iill- 
nols 60085 or with representative, or both, on or before January 
23, 2006. which dale is not loss than 6 months from the date of 
tho llrst publication of this notice and any claim not filed within 
that period Is barred. Copies of any claim filed with tho Clerk 
must be mailed or delivered to the roprosentativo and to the at- 
torney within ID days after It Is filed. 

/a! David H, Brown 

(Reprosontatlvo) 

/s/ Christopher J. Fekete 

(Attorney) 

0722D-7307-GP 

July 22. 29, 2005 

August 5, 2005 



BF- 



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1'^ Lakeland 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

Spring Grove Storage will sell 
goods for non-payment of rent 
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PUBUC NOTICE 

TO: Polk Bros. Foundation, Inc.; their spousos, holrs, 
dovlssos, succoBSors or assigns. (( any, porsons In 
occupancy or actual possession and unknown ownons or 
parlios interested in the horoinaftor described reai estate: 

Tax Dead No. 02 TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: December 10. 2002 
Permanent Index No: 09-28-305-025; 09-28-305-026 

Sold for General Taxes of 2001 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located at: 27009 & 27007 N. Bayviow St., Wauconda: 
northerly line of Bayviow St., 
approx. 100 feet west of Division St. 

Pemianent index No: 09-28-305-025; 09-28-305-026 



This notice Is to advise you (hat the above property has been 
sold for delinquent taxes and that the period of redemption from 
the sale will expire on November 29, 2005 as extended. 

This notice Is also to advise you that a petition has been tiled 
(or a lax deed which will transfer title and right to possession of 
this properly tl redemption Is not made on or before November 
23,2005. 

The County of l-ako, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to make 
application for an order on the petition for a tax deed, and this 
matter Is sol for hearing In the Circuit Court of this county in 
Waukegan. Illinois on January 1 9, 2006. 

You may bo present at this hearing but your right to redeem 
will already have expired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent loss of 
properly. 

Redemption can be made at any time on or before November 
29. 20Q5 by applying to the County Clerk ol Lake County Court 
House in Waukegan, Illinois. 

For further information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0729E-7376.WL 

July 29, 2005 

August 5, 12, 2005 



PU&UC NOTICE 

TO: Polk Bros. Foundation, Inc.; their spouses, heirs, 
devisees, successors or assigns, II any, porsons in 
occupancy or actual possession and unknown owners or 
parties Interested In the hereinafter described real estate: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: December 10, 2002 

Permanent Index No: 09-28-305-027 

Sold for General Taxes of 2001 and/or prior, . 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located at: 27005 N . Bayvie w St., Wauconda; 
north line of Bayviow St.. 
Qpprox. 50 feet west of the west line 
of Division St. 

Permanent Index No: 09-28-305-027 



This notice ts to advise you that the above property has boon - 
sold for delinquent taxes and that the period of redemption from 
llio sale will expire on November 29, 2005 as extended. 

This notice Is also to advise you that a petition has boon filed 
lor a tax deed which will transfer tilto and right to possession of 
this property if redemption Is not made on or before November 
29, 2005. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser intends to make 
application for an order on the petition for a tax deed, and this 
matter is set for hearing In the Circuit Court ol this county in 
Waukegan. Illinois on January 19, 2006. 

You may bo present at this hearing but your right to redeem 
-vill already have expired at that time. 

I You are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent loss ol 

P'oporty, ' - 

I Rodomptjon can bo made at any time on or before November 
t9, 2005 by applying to the County Clerk of Lake County Court 
House in Waukegan, Illinois. 

For further information contact the County Clark. 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0729E-7377-WL 

July 29, 2005 

• ■ • August 5, 12, 2005 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

TO; Polk Bros. Foundation, Inc.; their spouses, holrs, - 
devisees, successors or assigns, if any, porsons in 
occupancy or actual possession and unknown owners or 
parties interoslsd in the hereinafter described real estate: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TX 1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of Lako, Date Promises Sold; December 10, 2002 
Pemianenl Index No: 09-28-307-001 

Sold for General Taxes of 2001 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located at: 27028 N, Channel St., Wauconda; 

WBSteriy lino of Channel St. approx. 149.5 
feet northerly of the north lino of Poplar Dr. 

Permanent Index No: 09-28-307-001 

This notice is to advise yoii that the above property has been 
sold for delinquent taxes and that the period of redemption Irom 
the sale will expire on NovembiBr 29. 2005 as extended. 

This notice is also to advise you that a petition has boon fiiod 
for a tax deed which will transfer title and right to possession of 
this property if redemption is not made on or boforo November 
29. 2005. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee. Purchaser intends to make 
application for an order on the petition for a tax deed, and this 
matter Is sot for hearing in the Circuit Court of this county In 
Waukegan, Illinois on January 19, 2006. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem 
will already have expired at that time. . 

You are urged to redeem immediately to pravenl loss of 
property. 

Redemption can bo made at any time on or before November 
29, 2005 by applying to the County Clerk of Lako County Court 
House in Waukegan, Illinois. 

For further information contact the County Clerk. 

County of L^ke, as Tmslee 
Purchaser 

0729E-7378-WL 

July 29. 2005 

Augusts. 12. 2005 



PUBUC NOTICE 

TO: Polk Bros. Foundation. Inc.; their spouses, hairs, 
"" devisees, successors or assigns, II any, persons tn 

occupancy or actual possession and unknovyn owners or 
parties interested in the horolnaftor described real estate: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TX 1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of Lake, Date Promises Sold: December 10, 2002 

Pofmanont Index No: 09-28-305-021 ; 09-28-305-022 & 
09-28-305-023 

Sold for General Taxes ol 2001 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY.HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located at: 27017, 27015, & 27013 N, Bayviow St., 
Wauconda; north side of Bayview St., 
approx. 350 feet west of the west lino of 
Division St. 

Pennanenl Index No: 09-28-305-021 ; 09-28-305-022 & , 
09-28-305-023 



This notice Is to advise you that the above property has been 
sold (or delinquent taxes and that the period of redemption from 
the sale wilt expire on November 29, 2005 as extended. 

This notice is also to advise you Ihat a petition has been filed 
for n tax deed which will transfer title and right to possession ol 
this property K redemption Is not made on or boforo November 
29, 2005. 

TTie County ol Lako, as Trustee, Purchaser intends to make 
application for an order on the petition for a tax deed, and this 
matter is set for hearing In the Circuit Court of this county In 
Waukegan, Illinois on January 19, 2006. 

You may be prosesnt at this hearing but your right to redeem 
will already have expired at tliat time. 

You are urged to redeem immedialaty to prevent loss ol 
property. 

Redemption can bo made at any time on or beloro November 
29,- 2005 by applying to the County Clori< ol Lake County Court 
House In Waukegan, Illinois. 

For further information contact the County Clerk. 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

TO: Polk Bros. Foundation, Inc.; their spouses, heirs, 
devisees, successors or assigns, if any, porsons in 
occupancy or actual possession end unknown owners or 
parties inlerosted in the hereinalter described real estate: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of Lake, Data Premises Sold: Docombar 10, 2002 

Permanent Index No: 09-28-307-002 

Sold lor General Taxes of 2001 and/or prior, 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located at: 289B8 W. Poplar Dr., Wauconda; north 
lino of Poplar Dr., approx. 167 foot west 
of Channel St. 

Permanent Index No: 09-28-307-002 

This notice is to advise you that the atiove property has boon 
sold (or delinquent taxes and that the period of rodompllon from 
the solo will expire on November 29, 2005 as extended. 

This notice Is also to advise you that a petition has been filed 
lor a tax deed which will translor lillo and right to possession ol 
iJiis property if redemption is not made on or bolore November 
29. 2005. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser intends to make 
application for an order on ttio petition for a tax deed, and this 
matter Is set for hearing In the Circuit Court of this county in 
Waukegan, Illinois on January 19, 2006, 

You may bo present at this hearing but your right to redeem 
will already have expired al that time. 

You are urged to redeem immodiatoty to prevent loss ol 
property. 

Redemption can bo made at any time on or boforo November 
29, 2005 by applying to the County Clerk ol Lako County Court 
House in Waukegan, llllhols. 

For further information contact the County Clorit. 

County of Lako, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0729E-737g-WL 

July 29. 2005 

Augusts, 12, 2005 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

TO: Polk Bros. Foundation, Inc.; their spouses, holrs, 
devisees, successors or assigns, if any, persons in 
occupancy or actual possession and unknown owners or 
parties interested in the hereinafter described real estate: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County o( Lake, Date Premises Sold: December 10, 2002 

Pemianent Index No: 09-28-305-024 

Sold lor General Taxes of 2001 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located at: 2701 1 N. Bayviow St., Wauconda; 
northoriy line ol Bayview St., 
approx. 200 feel wostoriy ol Division St. 

Permanent Index No: 09-28-305-024 



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This notice Is to advise you that the above property has been 
sold for delinquent taxes and that the period of redemption from 
the sain will expire on November 29, 2005 as extended. 

This notice Is also to advise you that a petition has boon lilod 
(or a tax deed which will transfer title and right to possession ol 
this property if redemption Is not made on or before November 
29, 2005. 

The County of Lako, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to make 
application lor an order on the petition for a tax deed, and this 
matter Is set tor hearing In the Circuit Court of this county in 
Waukegan, Illinois on January 19, 2006. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem 
will already have expired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem immodiately to prevent loss ol 
property. 

Rodomptjon can bo made at any lime on or before November 
29, 2005 by applying to the County Clerk of Lako County Court 
Houso In Waukegan, Illinois. 

For further Information contact the County Clerk. 

County ol L^ko, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0729E.7375-WL 

• _ July 29, 2005 

'■'■ '"-Augusts, '12, 2005 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUIVIED BUSINESS 
NAME application 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 
Midwest Nolo Pros 
NATURePURPOSE: 
Note buying son/ice 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS ISTO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
36147 N. Douglas Terr., Gur- 
noo, IL. 60031, 
P.O. Box 6541, Gumoo, ILL. 
60031,1-666-390-4343. 
■NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE • 
ADDRESS(ES)OFTHE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Sharon, Goorgo Kuhn, P.O. 
Box 8541 . Gumoe. IL. 60031 . 
STATE OF ILUNOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

This Is to certify lhat the un- 
dersigned Into'nd(s) to con- 
duct the al}ove named busi- 
ness from the iocalionfs) Indi- 
cated and that the true and le- 
gal, full name(s) ol the 
person (5) owning, conducting 
or transacting the business 
is/aro correct as shown. 
fsl Sharon Kuhn 
/s/ George Kuhn 
July 13, 2005 

The foregoing instrument 
was acknowledged before me 
by the porsonCs} Intending to 
conduct the business this 
13th dayol July 2005. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/ChristinaJ. Horn 

Notary Public 

Received: July 13, 2005 

Wllldrd B. Holandor 

Lako County Clerk 

0722D-7298-GP 

July 22. 29. 2005 

Aug. 5. 2005 

PUBLIC NOTICE 

ASSUMED BUSINESS 

NAME application 

NAME OF BUSINESS: 
Modizo Road Publishing 
NATURE/PURPOSE: 
Publishing ol lyrics 
, ADDRESS{ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
740 Broadway. North Chica- 
go. IL. 60064, (847)20S-84a7. 
P.O. Box 1202. North Chica- 
go. (L. 60064. (847)209-8487. 
NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES)OFTHE 
PERSON(S) OWNING. 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Mozoll Williams Jr., 740 
Broadway. North Chicago, IL 
60064, (847)209-8'187. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

This is to certify that the un- 
dersigned intcnd(s) to con- 
duct the above named busi- 
ness from the locallon(s) indi- 
. cated and that the true and le- 
gal lull namo(s) ol the 
person(s} owning, conducting 
or transacting the business 
is/are correct as shown. 
Is/ Mozoll Williams Jr. 
July 15, 2005 

The foregoing Instrument 
was acknowledged bofore mo 
by the porson(s) Intending to 
conduct the business this 
15lh day of July 2005. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/Bart}ara J. Noster 

Notary Public 

Received: July 15,2005 

Willard R. Holandor 

Lako County Clerk 

0722D-7303-GP 

July 22, 29, 2005 

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PUBLIC NOTICE . 

Tho Loon Lakes Monagomenl Association Annual Maoling will 

bo hold on Saturday August 20, 2005 at the Northern Illinois 

Conson/Qlion Club grounds. Tho address of Iho club Is 410B1 N. 

ILL Rl. 83. The onlranco Is directly across iho highway from Iho 

A to Z Rontal store. The time of the meeting will bo from 11:00 

a.m. until 2:00 p.m. 

Also tho election of tho following olljcers will take place: Vice 

President, Secrotory, and two At-Largo Directors, The election 

polls will bo opon from 11:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. 

Also hot dogs and hamburgors will bo served to tho residents of 

Special Service Area 8 ond their families. 

Anyone who owns property within Special Sorvico Aroa 8, In and 

around Loon Lakes, Is encouraged to come and cast their vote, 

and to participate In Iho other activities. 

PUBLIC NOTICE 

TO: Alexandra Vanogs; thoir spouses, holrs, devisees, 
successors or assigns, if any, persons In occupancy 
or actual possession and unknown owners or parlies 
Interested in the hereinafter described real estate: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of l-ake, Date Premises Sold: Oecembor 10, 2002 

Permanent Index No: 09-26-301-028 

Sold for General Taxes of 2001 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DEUNQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located at: 28672 W Mookor Ct, Wauconda; 

north tine of f*/ceker Ct, approx 40 feel 
west of the west lino of West Lake Dr.. 

Pormonont Index No: 09-28-301-028 

This notice is to adviso you that the above properly has boon 
sold for dollnquont taxes and that tho period of redemption from 
tho sale will expire on November 29, 2005 as extondod. 

This notice Is also to adviso you that a petition has boon filed 
for a tax deed which will transfer title and right to possession of 
this proporty if redemption is not made on or before November 
29, 2005. 

The County of l-8ko, ns Trustee, Purchaser Intends to make 
application for an order on the petition for a tax deed, and this 
matter Is set for hearing in the Circuit Court ol this county in 
Waukegan, Illinois on January 1 2, 2006. 

You may bo present at this hearing but your right to redeem 
will already have expired at that lime. 

You are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent loss ot 

property. 

Rodompfjon can bo made at any time on or boforo November 
29, 2005 by applying to tho County Clerk ot Lake County Court 
House In Waukegan, lllfnois, 

For further Information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0729E-7328-WL 

July 29. 2005 

August 5, 12, 2005 



TO: Alexandra Vanags; Roland Vanags; Williams Park 
Improvemont Assoc; 

their spouses, holrs, dovlsoes, successors or assigns, 
if any, persons In occupancy or actual possession 
and unknown ownors or parties Interested In tho 
horolnalter descrlbod real estate: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: December 10, 2002 

Permanent Index No: 09-28-30 1-024 

Sold for General Toxos of 2001 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DEUNQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located at: 28696 W Meeker Ct, Wauconda; 

north line of Meeker Ct, approx 220 foet 
oast of the oast line of Division St. 

Permanent Index No: 09-28-301-024 

This notice Is to advise you that tho above proporty has boon 
sold for dollnquont taxes and that the period of redemption from 
the sale will expire on November 29, 2005 as extended. 

This notice Is olso to advise you that q petition has boon filed 
for a tax deed which will transfer title and right to possession of 
this property It redemption Is not made on or boforo November 
29, 2005. 

Tho County of Lake, as Tmstoo, Purchaser Intends to make 
application for an order on the petition for a tax deed, and this 
matter is sot lor hearing in the Circuit Court of this county In 
Waukegan, Illinois on January 12, 2006. 

You may bo present at this hearing but your right to redeem 
will already have expired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem Immedlalaly to prevent loss of 
proporty. 

Redemption con be made at any tlmo on or beforo November 
29, 2005 by opplying to the Coun^ Clerk of Lake County Court 
House In Waukegan, Illinois, 

For further Information contact the County Clerk, 

County of Lake, as Trustee 

. ,,-.,.. Purchaser 



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July 29, 2005 

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PUBLIC NOTICE 

TO: Ralph J Schoron Evelyn Schorer; Ralph Scherer Estate; 
their spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, 
if any, persons In occupancy or actual possession 
ond unknown ownors or parties Intorcsted (n tho 
hereinafter described real estate: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County ot Lake, Dato Promises Sold: December 9, 2002 

Permanent Index No: 05-14-312-013 

Sold for General Taxes of 2001 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located at: 35236 N Ingleslde Dr, Ingleslde; 
west lino of Ingleslde Dr, 
approx 100 foot north 
of tho north lino of Lee CL 

Pemianonl Index No: 05-14-312-013 



This notice Is to advise you that tho abovo property has been 
sold for delinquent taxes and that tho period ol redemption from 
tho sale will expire on November 29, 2005 as extondod. 

This notice is also to adviso you that a petition has been filed 
for a tax dood which will transfer title and right to possession of 
this proporty If redemption Is not made on or before November 
29, 2005. 

The County of Lake, as Trustoo. Purchaser Intends to make 
application lor an ordor on the petition for a tax dcod, iind this 
matter Is set for hoaring in tho Circuit Court of this county In 
Waukegan, Illinois on January 05, 2006. 

You may be present at this hoaring but your right to redeem 
will alroady have expired at that lime. 

You are urged to redeem Immedlaloly to prevent loss of 
proporty. 

Rodemptjon can bo made at ony lime on or before November 
29, 2005 by applying to tho County Cloik of Lake County Court 
House In Waukegan, Illinois. 

For further Infonnatlon contact the County Clerk. 

County of liake, as Tmstoe 
Purchaser 

0729E-7324-FL 

July 29, 2005 

Augusts, 12, 2005 



PUBLIC NQTlCfe 

TO: Polk Bros. Foundation, Inc.; their spouses, heirs, 
devisees, successors or assigns, If any, persons In 
occupancy or octual possession and unknown owners or 
parties interested In the hereinafter described real estate: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TX 1 . 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of Lake, Dato Promises Sold: Oecembor 10, 2002 

Pemianonl Index No: 09-28-308-001; through 09-28-308-005 

Sold for Gonoral Taxes ot 2001 andAor prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located at: 27009, ^7028, 27024, 27020, & 

27016 N. Bayviow St., Wauconda; parcel 
tmundod on the south by Poplar Dr., on 
Iho northeast by Bayview St., and on tho 
northwest by Shady Ln. 

Pennanont Indqx No: 09-28-308-001; through 09-28-308-005 

This notice Is to adviso you that the above property has been 
sold for delinquent taxes and that the period of redemption from 
the sale will expire on November 29, 2005 as extended. 

This notico Is also to advise you that a petition has been filed 
for Q tax deed which will transfer title and right to possession of 
this proporty If redemption Is not made on or before November 
29, 2005. 

Tho County ot Lake, as Tmstoe, Purchaser Intends to make 
application for on order on tho petUlon for a tax dood, and this 
matter Is sot for hearing In the Circuit Court of this county In 
Waukegan, Illinois on January 19, 2006. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to rodeom 
wlll alroady have expired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent loss of 
proporty. 

Redemption can bo made at any time on or bofora November 
29, 2005 by applying to tho County Clerit of Lake County Court 
House In Waukogan, Illinois. 

For further infonnatlon contact tho County Clori<. 

County of Lake, as Trustoo 

Purchaser 

0729E-7381-WL 

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PUBLIC NOTICE 

TO: Alexandra Vanags; thoir spouses, heirs, devlsoos, 
successors or assigns, if any, persons In occupancy , 
or actual possession and unknown ownors or parties 
Interested In the hereinafter described real estate: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TX 1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of Lake."Date Premises Sold: December 10. 2002 

Pemianont Index No: 09-28-301-029 

Sold for Goneral Taxes of 2001 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DEUNQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located at: 28666 N Meeker Ct, Wauconda; 

north line of Meeker Ct, approx 240 feet 
east ot the east line of Huston Av.. 

Ponnanont Index No: 09-28-301 -029 

This notice Is to advise you that the above proporty has been 
sold for delinquent taxes and that Iho period ot redemption from 
the sate will expire on November 29, 2005 as extended. 

This notice Is also to advise you that a petition has been filed 
for a tax deed which will transfer title and right to possession of 
this property It redemption Is not made on or before November 
29. 2005. 

The County ot Lake, as Tmstee, Purchaser intends to make 
application for an order on the petition for a tax deed, end this 
matter Is set for hearing In the Circuit Court of this county in 
Waukegan, Illinois on January 12, 2006. 

You may bo present at this hearing but your right to redeem 
will already have expired at that llmo. 

You ore urged to redoom Immediately to prevent loss of 
property. 

Redemption can bo made at any time on or before November 
29, 2005 by applying to the County Clerk ot Lake County Court 
House in Waukegan, Illinois, 

For further Information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustoo 
Purchaser 

0729E-7330-WL 

July 29, 2005 

Augusts, 12, 2005 




■ PUBLIC NOTICE 

TO: Polk Bros. Foundation, Inc.; their spouses, heirs, 
devisees, successors or assigns, If any, parsons In 
occupancy or actual possession and unknown owners or 
parties Interested In the hereinafter described real estate: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County ol Lake, Dato Premises Sold: December 10, 2002 

Permanent Index No: 09'26-307-bD3; 09-28-307-004 

Sold for Goneral Taxes of 2001 and/or prior, 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located at: 28976 & 28972 W. Poplar Dr., 

Wauconda; north line of Poplar Dr., 
at the intersection of Poplar Dr. and 
Channel St. 

Pemianenl Index No: 09-28-307-003; 09-28-307-004 

This notice Is to advise you that the above proporty has boon. 
- sold for delinquent taxes and that tho period of redemption from 
the salo will expire on November 29, 2005 as extended. 

This notice Is also to advise you that a petition has boon filed 
tor a tax deed which will transfer title and right to possession of 
this proporty it redemption Is not rriado on or beforo November 
29, 2005. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to make 
application for an order on the petition for a tax deed, and this 
mailer Is set for hearing In the Circuit Court of this county In 
Waukogan, Illinois on January 19, 2006. 

You may bo present at this hoaring but your right to redeem . 
will alroady have expired at that tlmo. 

You are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent loss of 
property. 

Rodomption can be made at any lime on or before November 
29, 2005 by applying to the Coun^ Cleri< ot Lake County Court 
House In Waukegan, Illinois. 

JFor further Inlonnallon contact the County Clerit. 

County of Lake, as Tmstoe 
Purchaser 

0729E-7380-WL 

July 29, 2005 

Augusts, 12,2005 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUIt/IED BUSINESS 
NAME opplicotlon 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 
EB Custom Ccnslmctlon & 
Remodeling 
NATURE^URPOSE: 
Conslajctlon & Remodeling 
ADDRESS(eS) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
B04 Parti Rd., Round Lake, 
IL 60073, (847)687-2311, 
NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES)OFTHE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Eric Beshel. 604 Park Rd„ 
Round Lake, IL 60073, 
(847)687-2311. 
STATE OF ILUNOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

This Is to certify that the un- 
dersigned Intend{s) to con- 
duct the above named busi- 
ness from tho localion(s) indi- 
cated and that the true and la- 
gal full nams(e) of the 
person(s) owning, conducting 
or transacting the business 
is/are correct as shown, 
/s/ Eric Boshel 
July 9, 2005 

The foregoing Instrument 
was acknowledged beforo mo 
by the per5on(s) Intending to 
conduct the business this 
16th day of July 2005, 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/Susan Gavlnski 

Notary Public 

Received: July 21 , 2005 

Wlliard R. Helander 

Lake County Cleri< 

0805A-7396-RL 

Aug.5, 12, 19, 2005 



PUBUC NOTICE 

ASSUMED BUSINESS 

NAME application 

NAME OF BUSINESS: 
CREW-Cults Concrete Cut- 
ting & Constmctlon Service 
NATURE/PURPOSE: 
Concrete Culling 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
1321 Brentwood, Round Lake 
Booch, IL. 60073, (847)546- 
4187. 

NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES)OFTHE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Michael, Carrie Crews, 1321 
Brentwood, Round Lako 
Breach, IL 60073. (847)546- 
4187. . 

STATE OF ILUNOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

This Is to certify thai the un- 
' derslgned IntGnd(s) to con- 
duct the above nomod busi- 
ness from the locatlon(s) Indi- 
cated and that iho true and le- 
gal full nBme(s) of the 
person(s) owning, conducting 
or transacting the business 
Is/are correct as shown. 
(si Michael Crews 
/s/ Carrie Crews 
July 21. 2005 

The foregoing instmment 
was acknowledged boforo rhe 
by the person(s) intending to 
conduct the business this 
21st. dayot July 2005. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/Mary Cruz-Befmudez 

Notary Public 

Received: July 29, 2005 

Willard R. Holandor 

Lake County Clerk 

0805A-7397-RL 

Aug.5, 12, 19, 2005 



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' PUBLIC NOTICE 

TO: Counly of Lake, Tmsloe; Harold Bell; 

their spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, 
If any, parsons In occupancy or actual possession 
and unknown owners or parlies Interested In the 
hereinafter described real estate: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TXI 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of Lake, Date Promises Sold: Decombor 9, 2002 

Permanent Index No: 05:14-215-044 

Sold (or Genera! Taxes of 2001 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located at: 35516 N, Halendoto Rd., Inglesido; 
west lino of Holendalo Rd. 
approx. 251.4 feet 
south ol the south line of Rollins Rd. 
(boat slip) 

Ponnanonl Index No: 05-14-215-044 

This notice Is to advise you that the above property has been 
sold lor dollnqueni taxes and that the period of redemption from 
the sale wilt expire on November 29, 2005 as extended. 

This notice is also to advlso you that a petition has been filed 
for a tax deed which will transfer title and right to possession of 
this property if redemption is not made on or before November 
2B, 2005. 

The County of l-ako, as Trustee, Purchaser intends to maka 
application for an order on the petition for a tax deed, and this 
matter Is sot for hearing In the Circuit Court of this county in 
Waukogan, Illinois on January 05, 2006. 

You may bo present at this hearing but your right to rodeom 
will already have expired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem immediately to prevent loss of 
property. 

Redemption can be made at any time on or before November 
29, 2005 by applying to the County Clerk of (jiko Counly Court 
House In Waukogan, Illinois. 

For further Infonnatlon contact tha County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Tnjsteo ^ 
Purchaser' 

0729E-7321-FL 

July 29, 2005 

Augusts, 12,2005 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

TO: County ol l^ke, Tmsteo; Harold Bell; 

their spouses, heirs, devlsoos, successors or assigns, 
. ,lf any, persons In occupancy or actual possession 
and unknown owners or parties interested in the 
herolnaftor described real estate: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TXI 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: December 9, 2002 

Permanent Index No: 05-21-201-033 

Sold for General Taxes of 2001 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DEUNQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located at: 34055 N. Gogol Av, Ingtoslde; 

a 61 foot strip ol land going from the waters 
edge of Redhead Lnko easlorly, approx. 
710 feel into Rodhoad Lake, the 
soulhwestoriy corner of which Is on the 
east lino of lot 1 7 in Lake View Hills 
Subdivision, approx. 230.85 feet 
northeast of Gogol Av. 

Permanent index No: 05-21-201-033 

This notice Is to advise you that the obovo property has boon 
sold for delinquent taxes and that tho period of rodompllon from 
the sale will oxpiro on November 29, 2005 as extended. 

This notice is also to advise you that a petition has been filed 
for a tax deed which will transfer title and right to possession of 
this property if redomplion Is not made on or before November 
29. 2005. 

Tho County ol Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to make 
application for an order on the petition for a tax deed, and this 
matter is set for hearing In tho Circuit Court ol this county In 
Waukogan, Illinois on January 05, 2006. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to rodoom 
will already have expired at that timo. 

You aro urged to redeem immediately to prevent loss ol 
property. 

Redemption can bo mada at any lime on or before Novombor 
29, 2005 by applying to the County Clerk ol Lake County Court 
House in Waukegan, Illinois. 

For further InlomriDlion contact the County Clork. 

Counly of Lake, as Tmsteo 
Purchaser 

0729E-7325-FL 

July 29, 2005 

Augusts. 12,2005 



PUBUC NOTICE 

Community High School District 117 has adopted a'Prevailing 
Wage Schodulo as dotermlnod by the Illinois DeparlmonI ol La- 
bor. This schedule can bo raviowod by the public at tho District 
Administrative Offices, Antioch Lake Villa Township Center, 
1625 Deep Lake Road. Lake Villa, IL 60046. 

0805A-7394-AN, LV. LN 
August 5, 2005 

PUBLIC NOTICE 

TO: County of lake, Tmsteo; Harold Bell; 

thoir spouses, hoirs, devisees, successors or assigns, 
if any. persons In occupancy or actual possession 
and unknown owners or parties interested In tho 
hereinafter described real osloto; 

Tax Deed No. 02 TXI 

TAKE NOTICE 

County ol Lake, Date Premises Sold: December 9, 2002 

Permanent Index No: 05-14-312-010 

Sold lor Qenoral Taxes of 2001 ond^or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located at: 35266 N. Inglesido Dr., Inglesido; 
west lino of Inglesido Dr. 
approx. 420 feet south of tho south 
line of f^arie Lano 

Permanent Index No: 05-14-312-010 

This nolico Is to odviso you that tho above property has been 
sold for delinquent taxes and that the period of redomplion from 
the sato will oxpiro on November 29, 2005 as extended. 

This nolico is also to advise you that a polltion has boon filed 
lor a lax deed which will imnslor title and right to possession ol 
this property II redemption Is not made on or before Novombor 
29, 2005. 

Tho County of Lake, as Tmstoo, Purchaser intends to make 
application for an order on tho poliilon (or a lax deed, and this 
matter is set for hearing In Iho Circuit Couri ol this county in 
Waukogan, Illinois on January 05, 2006. 

You may bo present at this hearing but your right to rodeom 
will already have expired at that timo. 

You are urged to redeem immodiatoty to prevent loss ol 
property. 

Redompljon can bo made at any lime on or before November 
2S, 2005 by applying to Iho County Clerk of l^ko County Court 
House in Waukegan, Illinois. 

For further Information contact tho County Clork. 

Counly of Lake, as Tmsteo 
Purchaser 

0729E-7323-FL 

July 29. 2005 

•Augusts, 12,2005 



P UBLIC NOTICE 

TO: County of Lake, Tmstoa; Daffoll Tucker; 

their spouses, hairs, do viseos, successors or assigns, 
it any, persons in occupancy or actual possession 
and unknown owners or pariios Interested In the 
hereinafter described real estate: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TXI 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of l-ako, Dale Pramlsos Sold; December 9, 2002 

Permanent index No: 05-14-215-014 

Sold for General Taxes of 2001 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DEUNQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located at: 35576 N. Holondalo Rd., Ingloside; 
a strip of land approx. 271 .4 fool 
south of tho south lino ot Rollins Rd, 
and 1 .8 foot wosloriy ot Holondalo Rd. 
(boat slip) 

Permanent tndex No; 05-14*2 15-01 4 

This nolico Is to advise you that tho atiovo property has boon 
sold for dollnquent taxes and that tho poriod of redemption from 
tho sale will expire on November 29, 2005 as extended. 

This nolico Is also to advise you that a petition has boon filed 
lor a tax deed which will transfor tillo and right to possession of 
this property if redemption is not made on or boloro Novomber 
29, 2005. 

Tho County of Lake, as Trustoo, Purchaser Intends to moko 
application for on order on tho petition for a tax dcod, and this 
matter is sat for hearing In tho Circuit Court of this county In 
Waukegan, Illinois on January 05, 2006. 

You may be presont at this hearing but your right to rodoom 
will eiroady have expired at that timo. 

You aro urged to redeem immodiatoly to prevent loss of 
property. 

Redompljon can bo made at any lime on or boforo Novombor 
29, 2005 by applying to tho County Clork of l^ko County Court 
Houso in Waukegan, Illinois. 

For further Information contact tho County Cierit. 

County ol Lako, os Tmsteo 
Purchaser 

0723E-7319-FL 

July 29. 2005 
Augusts, 12,2005 



PUBUC NOTICE 



JAMES DAVIS . 14B Oxford Clrclo, Grayslako. IL. rogislorod 
owner of 1994 Mitsubishi. VIN »JA3AM54J5RYQQ0520 : Me- 
chanic's Uon lor S6,290. You hovo until August 29, 2005 to pay 
Tim Moors, dba Absolute Transmission, Inc., 1725 Wood St., 
Round Lako, IL. and removo tho vehicle or it will be sold. Busi- 
ness hours aro Monday thru Friday 9am to Spm. 

0729E-7390-RL 

July 29. 2005 

Aug. 5. 12, 2005 



PUBUC NOTICE 

TO: County ol Lako, Trustoo; Harold Bell; 

their spousos, heirs, dovisoos, successors or assigns, 
11 any, persons in occupancy or actual possession 
and unknown ovimars or parties intorostod In tho 
hofoinaflor doscribod real ostnto: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TXI 

TAKE NOTICE 

Counly of Lake, Date Prerriises Sold: Decombor 0, 2002 

Pormanont Index No: 05'14-312-001 

Sold lor Gonoral Taxos ol 2001 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DEUNQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located at: 35348 N. Ingloside Dr., Inglesido; 
wosi lino ol Inglesido Dr. 
lying south and adjacent to Mario Lane 

Permanent Index No: 05-14-312-001 

This notice Is to odviso you that tho abovo property has been 
sold lor dolinqucnl taxes and that Iho poriod ol redemption from 
the salo will oxpiro on November 29. 2005 as extended. 

This notice Is also to advlso you that a petition has boon filod 
lor a tax deed which will translor title and right to possession ol 
this property if redomplion Is not made on or boloro November 
29, 2005. 

Tho County of Lako, as Tmstoo. Purchaser Intends to mako 
apptlcation (or an order on tho potilion for a tax deod. and this 
mattor Is set (or hearing in tho Circuit Court ol llils county In 
Waukegan, Illinois on January 05, 2006. 

You may bo presont at this hearing but your right to rodoom 
will alroady have expired at that time. 

You aro urged to rodoom immodiatoly to prevent loss ol 
property. 

Redemption can be modo at any timo on or beforo Novombor 
29, 2005 by applying to tho County Clork ol Lako County Court 
Houso In Waukegan, Illinois. 

For further Information contact the County Ciorit. 

County ol Lako, as Tmstoo 

Purchaser 

0729E-7322-FL 

July 29, 2005 

Augusts, 12, 2005 



PUBUC NOTICE 

TO: County of Lako, Tmsteo; Harold Boll; 

their spousos, hoirs, dovisoos, successors or assigns, 
11 any, persons In occupancy or actual possession 
and unknown owners or parties Intorostod In tho 
horoinaltor doscribod real estate: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TXI 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of Lake, Oalo Pramlsos Sold: Docomber 9. 2002 

Pormanont index No: 05-14-215-041 

Sold lor General Taxes ol 2001 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DEUNQUENT 
TAXES 

Property locatod ot: 35522 N. Holendalo Rd., Ingloside; 
west lino of Holondalo Rd. 
approx, 25 1.4 loot 
south ol Iho soulh lino of Rollins Rd. 
(boat slip) 

Pomianent Index No: 05-14-215-041 

This notice Is to advlso you that tho abovo property has been 
sold lor dollnqueni taxes and that tho poriod of redemption from 
tho salo will expire on Novombor 29, 2005 as oxtondod. 

This notice is also to advlso you that a peliUon has boon lilod 
for a tax deod which will translor title and right to possession ol 
this property If rodomptlon Is not mado on or beforo Novombor 
29, 2005. 

The County of Lako. as Tmsteo, Purchaser Intends to mako 
application for an ordor on Iho potilion lor a tax dood. and this 
mattor is set for hearing In tho Circuit Court of this county in 
Waukogan, Illinois on January 05, 2006. 

You may bo presont at Ihis hearing but your right to rodoom 
will alroady havo oxplred at that time. 

You ere urged to rodoom Immodiatoly to prevent loss ol 
property. 

Rodempljon con bo mado at any timo on or boforo Novomber 
29, 2005 by applying to tho County Clork ol Lako County Court 
Houso In Waukogan, Illinois. 

For lurthor Inlomrtalion contact tho County Clark. 

Counly ot Lako, as Tmstoo 
Purchaser 

'"- ■"-'''< 0729E-7320-FL 

July 29. 2005 
■ ' ' < ' -VVugust 5, 12. 2005 



PUBUC NOTtCE 

ASSUMED BUSINESS 

NAME application 

NAME OF BUSINESS: 
Ultimate Lawn and Landscap- 
ing Dosign 

NATURE/PURPOSE: 
Landscaping 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
1963 S. Jonathan Dr., Round 
Lake, IL. 60073, (047) 647- 
8255. 

NAME{S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES)OFTHe 
PERSON(S) OWNING. 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Gaylo Ballarini. 1963 S. Jona- 
than Dr., Round Lake, IL. ' 
60073, (847)740-4&3g. 
STATE OF ILUNOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

This is to certify that tho un- 
dersigned inlond(s] to con- 
duct the above named busi- 
ness Irom tho locatian(s) Indi- 
cated and that the Ime and le- 
gal full namo(s) of tho 
porson(s) owning, conducting 
or transacting tho business 
Is/aro con'oct as shown. 
Is/ Gaylo Ballarini 
August 1,2005 

Tho lorogoing Instmmont 
was acknowledged boforo mo 
by tho porson(s) intending to 
conduct tho business this 1st. 
dayol August 2005. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/Christina J. Horn 

Notary Public 

Rccoivod: Aug. 1. 2005 

Wiltard R. Holandor 

Lako County Clork 

0805A-7400.RL 

Aug.5, 12, 19, 2005 



PUBUC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME application 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 
My Socrot PIqcq 
NATURE/PURPOSE: 
Day Spa 

ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
821 Corona Ct., Round Lako 
Beach, ILL. 60073. (847)546- 
9416. 

NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES)OFTHE 
PERSON(S) OWNING. 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Lillia Toylor, 821 Corona Ct., 
Round Lake Beach, ILL 
60073, {847)546-9410. 
STATE OF ILUNOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE) 

This Is to cortily that Iho un- 
doolgned Intond(s) to con- 
duct tho otravo named busi- 
ness (rom tho locollon(s} indi- 
cated and that tho tmo ond lo- 
gal lull namo(8) ol tho 
pQrson(s) owning, conducting 
or transacting (ho business 
is/aro corroct as shown. 
/6/ Lillia Taylor 
July 28, 2005 

Tho lorogoing inslmmonl 
was ocknowlodgod boforo mo 
by tho porson(s) inlonding to 
conduct tho business this 
28th dayol July 2005. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/Christino J. Horn 

Notary Public 

Received: July 28. 2005 

Willard R. Holandor 

Lako County Clori< 

080SA-7401-RL 

Aug. 5, 12, 19, 2005 



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PUBLIC NOTICE 

TO: County of Lsko, Trustfis; Darroll Tucker; 

Ihelr spousos, hoirs, dovisoes, successors or assigns, 
it any, porsons In occupancy or actual possession 
and unknown owners or panios Inlorcstod In the 
horoinaflor doscrlbod roal Gslalo: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TX 1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of Lake, Dale Promisos Sold: Decomber 9, 2002 

Permanent Index No: 06-20-404-059; 06-20-404-060 

Sold lor General Taxes of 2001 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DEUNQUENT 
TAXES 

Property localed at: Bomico CI. Soulh; Round Lake; 
west fine of Bornico Ct., approx, 
215 feet south of the most northerly 
lino of North Bemice 

Permanent Index No; 06-20-404-059; 06-20-404-060 

This notice Is to advise you that the above property has been 

sold for delinquent taxes and that the period of rodempllon from 
(he sale will expire on November 29, 2005 as extended. 

This notice Is also to advise you Ihat a petition has been filed 
for a tax deed which will transfer title and right lo possession of 
this properly if redemption is not made on or before November 
29, 2005. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to make 
application for an order on Iho petition for a lax deed, and this 
matter Is sot for hearing In Iho Circuit Court ol this county in 
Waukegan, Illinois on January 05, 2006. 

You may be present at (his hearing but your right lo redeem 
will already have expired at Ihat lime. 

You are urged to redeem Immediately lo prevent loss of 
properly. 

Redemption can be made nl any time on or before November 
29, 2005 by applying to the County Clerk of Lake County Court 
House in Waukegan, Illinois. 

For furthar inlormalion contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0729E-7315-RL 

July 29. 2005 

Augusts, 12, 2005 

PUBLIC NOTICE 

TO: Jose Bccerra; Edward Nines Lumber Co.; 

John Helwig; Rosaiba Cordova; Juvenal Cordova; 
Francisco Bocorra; Chaso Home Finance; ABN AMRO 
h/lortgago Group, Inc.; Mortgage Eioclronic Rogistrallon 
Systems; Concrete Forming Systems, Inc.; their spousos, 
heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, if any, porsons 
in occupancy or actual possession and unknown owners 
or parties interested In Iho hereinafter described roal estate. 

Tax Deed No. 02 TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County ol Lake, Dale Premises Sold: Decomber 9. 2002 

Pormanonl Index No: 06-16-423-036; NWA 06-1 6-423-040 
& 06-16-423-041 

Sold for General Taxes of 2001 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located al: Hatnosvillo Rd, 

Round Lake Beach; N/K/A 
06-16-423-0'4G&041 (with 
improvement 1322 Hainosvllle Rd, 
Round Lake Beach); 10 feet west ol Iho 
west lino of Halnesvillo Rd.. 
approx. 3B9.7 loot north of 
Shorewood Rd, 

Permanent Index No; 06-1 6-4 23036; WK/A 06-16-423-040 
& 06-16-423-041 

This notice is to advise you thai the above properly has been 
sold for delinquent taxes and that the period ol redemption from 
the sale will expire on November 29, 2005 as extended. 

This notice Is also to advise you that a petition has boon filed 
lor a tax deed which will transfer tiUo and right to possession of 
this property if redemption is not made on or before November 
29, 2005. 

Tho County of Ljike, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to make 
application lor an order on the polllion for a lax deed, and this 
matter is sol for hearing in Iho Circuit Court ol Ihis county Iri 
Waukegan, Illinois on January OS, 2006. 

You may bo prosonl at this hearing but your right to redeem 
will already have expired at that limo. 

You are urged to redeem immedlalely to prevent loss of 
property. 

' .' '•! 
Redemption can bo made at any limo on or before November 
29, 2005 by applying to tho County Clerk of Lake County Court 
Houso In Waukegan, Illinois, 

For further Inlonnntion contact the County Ctork. 

County ol Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0729E-7311-'Ri. 

July 29, 2005 

Augusts, 12, 2005 



TO: County of Lake, Trustee; Darrell Tucker; 

Iheir spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, 
if any, porsons in occupancy or actual possession 
and unknown owners or parties inlereslod In tho 
hereinafter described real estate: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TX 1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of Lake, Dale Promises Sold: December 9, 2002 

Permanent Index No: 06-20-404-056 

Sold for General Taxes ol 2001 and/or prior, 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DEUNQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located ol: Bornico Cl. North, Round Lake; 

west lino of Bemice Ct., approx. 95 feet 
soulh ol the most northiy line of 
North Bemice 

Pemianont index No: 06-20-404-056 

This notice Is to advise you that the above property has been 
sold for delinquent taxes and that the period of redemption from 
tho sale will expire on November 29, 2005 as extended. 

This notice Is also to advise you that a potiilon has been filed 
for a tax deed which will transfer titio and right to possession of 
Ihls property If redemption is not made on or before November 
29. 2005. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to make 
application for an order on tho petition for a tax deed, and this 
matter Is set for hearing in the Circuit Court of Ihis county in 
Waukegan, Illinois on January 05. 2006. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem 
will already have expired at that lime. 

You are urged to redeem immedlalely Id prevent loss ol 
property. 

Redompljon can be made at any time on or before November 
29, 2005 by applying to the County Clerk ol Lake County Court 
Houso in Waukegan. Illinois. 

For further information contact Ihe County Clerk, 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0729E-7313-RL 

July 29. 2005 

Augusts, 12,2005 



PJ,rBij 

TO: Jose Bocerra; Mortgage Electronic Roglslralion 

Systems; Juvenal Cordova; Hartford Financial Services, 
Inc.; Argent Mortgage Company. LLC; their spouses, 
heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, if any. persons 
in occupancy or actual possession and unknown owners 
or parties Interested in the horoinaflor described real estate. 

Tax Deed No. 02 TX 1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of Lake. Date Premises Sold; December 9, 2002 

Permanent index No: 06-16-423-037; N/K/A 06-1 6-423-040 
& 06-16-423-041 

Sold lor General Taxes of 2001 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located al; Halnosville Rd, 

Round Lake Beach; N/K/A 
06-16-423-040 (wllh 
improvement 1322 Kalnosvillo Rd. 
Round Lake Beach); west side of 
Hainesville Rd., approx. 347.7 leet 
northeasterly ol tho north line ol 
Shorewood Rd. 

Permanent Index No: 06-16-423-037; N/K/A 06-16-423-040 
& 06-16-423041 

This nolico is lo advise you ihal iho above property has been 
sold lor delinquent taxes and that the period of redemplion from 
the sale will expire on November 29, 2005 as extended. 

This notice Is also to advise you that a petition has been filed 
lor a tax deed which will transfer llllo and right to possession ol 
this property II redemption Is not made on or before November 
29. 2005. / 

The County ol Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser intends lo moke 
application lor on order on the petition for a tax deed, and this 
matter Is sot for hearing in the Circuit Court of this county In 
Waukegan, Illinois on January 05, 2O06. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem 
will already have expired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent loss of 
property, 

'Redemption cian be made al any time on or before November 
29. 2005 by applying lo tho County Clerk of Lake County Court 
House in Waukegan, Illinois. 

For further Inlormalion contact tho County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee 

Purchaser 

072gE-7312-RL 

July 29, 2005 

August &,-12, 2005 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

TO; Frederick R. Dompsoy; Williams Park Improvement Assoc; 
their spousos, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, 
if any, persons in occupancy or actual possession 
and unknown owners or parties inleresled In the 
hereinafter described real estate: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TXt 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: Decomber 10, 2002 

Pormanonl index No: 09-33-104-004 

Sold for General Taxes of 2001 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Property localed at: 26943 N, Poplar St., Wauconda; 

oast side of Poplar St., approx. 160.6 feet 
south of East ParkAv. 

Permanent Index No: 09-33-104-004 

This notice Is lo advise you that the above property has been 
sold for delinquent taxes end that the period of rodempllon from 
the sale will expire on November 29, 2005 as extended. 

This notice Is also lo advise you that a petition has been filed 
lor a tax deed which will transfer title and right to possession ol 
Ihls property if redemplion Is not made on or before November 
29, 2005. ' 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser intends lo make 
application for an order on the petition for a tax deed, and this 
matter Is set for hearing In tho Circuit Court of this county In 
Waukegan, Illinois on January 12. 2006. 

You may bo present at this hearing but your right to redeem 
will already have expired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent loss of 
property. 

Redempljon can be made al any time on or before November 
29, 2005 by applying to the County Clerk of Lake County Court 
Houso In Waukegan, Illinois. 

For further information contact tho County Clerk. 

County ol Lake, as Tmstee 
Purchaser - 

0729E-7362-WL 

July 29, 2005 

August 5, 12, 2005 



TO: County of Lake, Trustee; Darrell Tucker; 

their spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, 
II any, porsons in occupancy or actual possession 
and unknown owners or parties interested in Iho 
hereinafter described real estate: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 

, County ol Lake, Dale Premises Sold: December 9, 2002 

Permanent index No: 06-20^04-057; 06-20-404-058 

Sold for General Taxes of 2001 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DEUNQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located at; Bemice Ct. North & BomIco Ct. 
South; Round Lake; west lino of 
Bornico Ct., approx. 135 feet soulh of 
tho most nortiieriy line of North Bemice 

Permanent index No: 06-20-404-057; 06-20-404-058 

This notice Is to advise you ihat the above property has been 
sold lor delinquent taxes and Ihat the period of rodempllon from 
the sale will expire on November 29, 2005 as extended. 

This notice ts also lo advise you that a petition has been filed 
for a tax deed which will transfer title and right to possession of 
this property If rodempllon Is not made on or before November 
29, 2005. 

The County of Lake, as Tmstee, Purchaser Intends to make 
application for an order on tho potiilon for a tax deed, end this 
mailer is sot lor hearing in tho Circuit Court of this county in 
Waukegan, Illinois on January 05, 2006, 

You may bo present at this hearing but your right to redeem 
will alroody have expired at that limo. 

You are urged to redeem Immedlalely to prevent loss of 
property. 

Redompljon can be made at any time on or before November 
29, 2005 by applying lo the County Clerk of Lake County Court 

House In vyaukegan, Illinois. 

For further Inlormatton contact the County Clerk. 

County o! Lake, as Trustee 

Purchaser 

0729E-7314-RL 

July 29, 2005 

August 5. 12,2005 



PUBUC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME application 
NAME OF BUSINESS; 

JJ's Sports Bar 
NATURE/PURPOSE: 

ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
35336 Fairfield Rd., Round 
Lake, IL. 60073, (847) 740- 
4434. 

NAME{S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES)OFTHE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Mary Ellen Johnson, 24471 
Poplar St., Round Lake, IL. 
60073, (847)740-8923. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

This Is to certify that the un- 
dersigned Intend(s) to con- 
duct tho above named busi- 
ness from the locBtion(s) indi- 
cated and Ihat Ihe true and le- 
gal full name(s) ol the 
person(s) owning, 'conducting 
or Iransacllng tho business 
is/are correct as shown, 
/s/ Mary Ellen Johnson 
July 15, 2005 

The foregoing inslrumant 
was acknowledged before mo 
by the person(s) intending to 
conduct the business this 
ISth day ol July 2005. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/BartsaraJ. Nosier 

Notary Public 

Received: July 15, 2005 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

0722D-7304-RL 

July 22, 29. 2005 

Aug. 5, 2005 

PUBLIC NOTICE 

ASSUMED BUSINESS 

NAME CHANGE OF 

OWNER'S LEGAL NAME 

OR ADDRESS OR 

BUSINESS ADDRESS 

CHANGE OR ADDITION 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 
AWaikinthePark 
ORIGINAL DATE FILED: 
May, 2003 

OWNER'S LEGAL NAME 
CHANGED OR ADDRESS 
CHANGED FROM: 
Roneo Bachand, 934 Car- 
riage Cl., Lake Villa eoO'io, 
(847)912-2018. 
TO: Renoo Bachand, 320 
Slovens Ct., Grayslake, IL 
60030, (847)912-2018. 
BUSINESS ADDRESS(ES) 
CHANGED FROM: 
034 Carriage Ct., Lake Villa, 
IL. 60040, (847)912-2018. 
TO: 320 Slovens Ct., Gray- 
slake, IL 60030, (847)912-' 
2018. 

STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

This is lo certify that the 
above change(o3 lo the 
named business have been 
made effective July 20lh, 
2005. 
/s/ Renee Bachand 

320 Stevens Ct. 
Graysiake, IL. 60030 
(847)912-2018 

The foregoing Instrument 
was acknowledged before me 
by tho porson(s) conducting 
tho business this 20th day of 
July 2005. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/Yarimar Santos 

Notary Public 

Received: July 20, 2005 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

0722D-7310-GL 

July 22, 29, 2005 

Aug. 5, 2005 



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PUBLIC NOTICE 

TO: Polk Bros. Foundation, Inc.; their spouses, tiairs, 
devIscBS, successors or assigns, if any, porsons In 
occupancy or actual possession and unknown owners or 
parlies interested in the lie relnalter described real estate: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TX 1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of Lake, Data Premises Sold; December 9, 2002 

Ponnnanonl Index No; 05-14-209-021 

Sold for General Taxes of 2001 and/or prfor. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DEUNQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located at: 26373 W. Hudson Av, Ingleslde; 

30 (eet south of the soulh ilne of Hudson 
Av., opprox, 510 feet west ol the west iino of 
Heiendale Rd. (boat slip) 

Permanent index No: 05-1 4.209-021 

This notice Is (o advise you that the above property has been 
sold for delinquent taxes and that the period of redemption .Irorn. 
Ihe sale will expire on November 29, 2005 as extended, "r ' 

This notice is also to advise you that a petition has been filed 
lor a lax deed which will transfer tilts and right to possession of 
this property if redemption fs not made on or before November 
29, 2005. 

The County of l-ake. as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to make 
application for an order on the petition for a tax deed, and this 
matter is sol for hearing In the Circuit Court of this county in 
Waukegan, liiinots on January 05, 2006. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem 
will already have expired at tiiat time. 

You are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent loss of 
property. 

Redompljon can be made at any time on or beforo November 
29, 2005 by applying to the County Clerk ol Lake County Court 
House In Waukegan, Illinois. 

For furttier Information contact Ihe County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0729E-7317-FL 

July 29, 2005 
Augusts, 12,2005 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

TO: Polk Bros. Foundalior>, inc; their spouses, heirs, devisees, 
successors or assigns, 11 any, persons in occupancy 
or actual possession and unknown owners or parlies 
interested in the hereinafter described real estate: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TXi 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of Lake, Dale Premises Sold; December 10, 2002 

Permanent index No: 09-28-302-011; 09-2B-302-01 2 & 
09-28-302-013 

Sold for General Taxes of 2001 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DEUNQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located at; 27220. 27216 & 27198 N, Laksvlew 

Dr., Wauconda; wosloriy lino of Lakevlew 
Dr.. opprox. 100 foot southerly of southerly 
lino of Beech St. 

Permanent Index No: 09-28-302-011 ; 09-28-302-012 
& 09-28-302-013 

This notice is to advise you that the above properly has boon 
sold for dolinquont taxes and that liio period of rodomptton from 
the sale will expire on November 29, 2005 as extended. 

This notice Is also to advise you that a petition has been filed 
for a lax deed which will transfer title and right to possession of 
tills property if redemption is not made on or boloro November 
29, 2005. 

The County ot Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser intends to make 
opplicalion for an order on the petition for a tax dood. and ttiis 
matter is set for hearing in the Circuit Court of this county in 
Waukegan. lillnois on January 19, 2006. 

You may bo present at this hearing but your right to rodoom 
will already have expired al that time. 

You aro urged to rcdoom Immodlaloly to prevent toss of 
property. 

Redemptjon can bo made at any time on or before November 
29, 2005 by applying to the County Clerk ol Lake County Court 
House in Waukegan, Illinois. 

For further Information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0729E-7334-WL 

July 29. 2005 

Augusts, 12.2005 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

TO; Polk Bros, Foundation, Inc.; their spouses, fioirs, 
devisees, successors or assigns, if any, porsons In 
occupancy or actual possession and unknown owners or 
parties intarostod in the hereinafter described real estate; 

Tax Deed No. 02 TX 1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County ol Lake, Date Promises Sold; December 9, 2002 

Pemianonl index No: 05-14-209-026 

Sold for General Taxes of 2001 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DEUNQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located al: 26383 W. Hudson Av, Ingleslde; 
south lino ol Hudson Av., 
approx. 510 (eet west of the west lino of 
Heiendale Rd. (boat slip) 

Permanent Index No: 05-14-209-026 

This notice Is to advise you that the above properly has been 
sold for delinquent taxes and that the period of rodomplion from 
the sate will expire on November 29, 2005 as extended. 

This notice Is also to advise you that a petition has been filed 
for a tax deed which wilt transfer title and right to possession of 
this property If redemption Es not made on or before November 
29, 2005. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to make 
application for an order on the petition lor a lax deed, and this 
matter is sol lor hearing In the Circuit Court of this county in 
Waukegan, Illinois on January 05. 2006. • 

You may be present' at this hearing but your right to redeem 
will already have expired al that lime. 

You are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent loss ol 
properly. 

Redemptjon can bo mode at any time on or before November 
29, 2005 by applying to the County Clerk of Lake County Court 
House In Waukegan, Illinois, 

For further inlormalion contact the County Clerk. 

County of L^ka. as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0729E-7318-FL 

July 29, 2005 

Augusts, 12.2005 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

TO: Parkway Bank & Tmsl. as Tmstee; 

Louis Didomcnico; Lakeside Condominium Association; 
their spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, 
if any, persons in occupancy or acluai possession 
and unknown owners or parties interested in the 
herolnaltor described real estate: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TXI 



PUBUC NOTICE 

TO: Polk Bros. Foundation, Inc.; their spouses, heirs, 
devisees, successors or assigns. If any. porsons in 
occupancy or actual possession and unknown owners or 
parties interested In Ihe hereinafter described real estate: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TXI 

TAKE NOTICE 

County ol Lake. Date Premises Sold: December 10. 2002 

Pormanonl Index No: 09-28-302-01 

Sold for General Taxes of 2001 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLO FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located al; 27228 N. Lakevlew Dr.. Wauconda; 
westerly line of Lokoviow Dr., approx, 
50 feet southeriy of southcriy lino of 
Beech St. 

Ponnanont index No; 09-28-302-010 

This notice is to advlso you that the above property has been 
sold lor doiinqucnl taxes and that the period of redemption from 
the sale will expire on November 29, 2005 as extended, 

This notice Is also to advlso you that a petition has been filed 
tor a tax dood which will transfer title and right to possession of 
this property if rodomplion is not made on or before November 
29. 2005. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to make 
application lor an order on tho petition tor a tax deed, and this 
matter is sot for hearing in the Circuit Court of this county In 
Waukegan, Illinois on January 19, 2006. 

You may bo present at this hearing but your right to redeem 
will already have expired at Ihat time. 

You ore urged to rodoom imrnodiately to prevent loss of 
property. 

Redemption can bo made at any time on or before November 
29, 2005 by applying to tho County Clerk ol Lake County Court 
House in Waukegan, lillnois. 

For further information contacl iho County Clerk. 

County of l-aka, as Tmstee 
Purchaser 

0729E-7333-WL 

July 29, 2005 

Augusts. 12.2005 



PUBUC NOTICE 
ASSUIVtED BUSINESS 
NAME application 
NAIWIE OF BUSINESS; 
EciipsQ Eicclric 
NATURE/PURPOSE: 
Electf jcai Service 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY; 
22103W. RosoCt.. Lake Vil- 
la. IL 60046, (847)356-1175. " 
NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES)OFTHE 
PERSON{S) OWNING. 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Timothy A. Schopon, 22103 
W. Rosa Ct., Lake Villa, IL. 
60046.(847)356-1175. 
STATE OF ILUNOISJ 
COUNTY OF LAKE) 

This is to certify that tho un- 
dersigned Inlondts) to con- 
duct the obovo named busi- 
ness from the location (s) Indi- 
cated and Ihat the iruo and le- 
gal full nome(s) of tho 
porson{s) owning, conducting 

or transacting the business 
is/aro correct as shown, 
/s/ Timothy A. Schopen 
July 27, 2005 

The foregoing Instrument 
was acknowiodged before mo 
by tho porson(sj Inlonding to 
conduct tho business this 
27lh day ol July 2005. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/Adriana Lomeli 

Notary Public 

Received: July 27, 2005 

Willard R. Helandor 

luike County Clerk 

0005A-7395-LV 

Aug, 5, 12, 19,2005 



TAKENOTtCE 

County ol Lake, Date Premises Sold: December 10, 2002 

Pomianent Index No: 09-25-301-181 

Sold lor General Taxes of 2001 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DEUNQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located at: E Mill St, Unit S-8, Wauconda; 

north side of Mill Street at tho Intersection of 
Mill Street and Liberty Street, 

Permanent index No: 09-25-301-181 

This notice is to advise you that the above property has boon 
sold (or dolinquont taxes and that tho period ol rodomplion from 
tho sale will expire on November 29, 2005 as oxlondod. 

This notice Is also to advise you that a petition has been filed 
lor a tax deed which will transfer title and right lo possession ol 
Ihis property if redemption Is not mado on or beforo November 
29. 2005. 

The County of Lake, as Trustoo, Purchaser intends to make 
application for an order on the petition (or a tax deed, and this 
matter Is set for hearing in the Circuit Court of this county In 
Waukegan, Illinois on January 12, 2006. 

You may bo present al ihis hearing but your right to redeem 
will already have expired al that lime. 

You are urged lo redeem Immedialety to prevent loss of 
property. 

Redemptjon can bo mado at any time on or before November 
29. 2005 by applying to tho County Clerk ol Lake County Court 
House in Waukegan, Illinois. 

For further information contacl tho Counly Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustoo 
Purchaser 

0729E-7326-WL 
■ JUly'29,20d5','. 
Augusts, 12, 2005 



PUBUC NOTICE 

TO: Polk Bros. Foundation, Inc.; Ihoir spouses, heirs, 
devisees, successors or assigns, 11 any, persons in 
occupancy or actual possession and unknown owners or 
parties Interested In tho herolnaltor described root oslats: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TXI 

TAKE NOTICE 

Counly ol Lake, Date Promises Sold: December 9, 2002 

Permanent Index No: 05-14-209-020 

Sold tor Genorai Taxes of 2001 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located al; 26371 W. Hudson Av, inglosido; 

30 foot south of Iho south line ot Hudson 
Av., approx. 510 foot west of the west lino of 
Holondalo Rd. (boat slip) ' 

Pormanont Index No: 05-14-209-020 

This notice is lo advlso you that the obovo property has been 
sold for delinquent taxes and that Iho period of rodomplion from 
the sale will expire on November 29, 2005 as extended, 

This notice is also lo advlso you that a petition has been filed 
lor a tax dood which will transler tillo and right to possession of 
this property if redemption is not made on or boloro November 
29. 2005. 

Tho County ol Lako. as Trustoo, Purchaser Intends to make 
application for an order on Iho petition lor a tax deed, and this 
matter is sot for hearing in tho Circuit Court o( this county In 
Waukegan, Illinois on Jonuary 05, 2006. 

You may bo present nt Ihis hearing but your right to redeem 
will already have expired at that time. 

You are urged lo rodoom immediately lo prevent loss of 
property. 

Redemptjon can bo mado at any time on or before November 
29, 2005 by applying lo tho Counly Clark ol Lako County Court 
Houso in Waukegan. Illinois. 

For further Information contacl the County Ciork. 

Counly of Lake, as Tmstee 

Purchaser 



PUBUC NOTICE 
ASSUt^ED BUSINESS 
HfKfAE application 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 
Dogs in Motion, in Homo Ca- 
nine Rehabilitation & Well- 
ness 

NATURE/PURPOSE: 
Physical rehabilitation of dogs 
in tho client's homo following 
imjury, illness, surgory, etc. 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED iN THIS COUNTY: 
212 Dunlon C!,, Mundololn, 
IL, 60060, (847)949-8455. 
NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES)OFTHE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
PatriciaA.Trioia. P.T.,212 
DuntonCl., Mundeloln, IL. 
60060. (847)949-8455. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

This is to cortily that tho un- 
dersigned lnlQnd(6) to con- 
duct tho abovo named busi- 
ness from Iho locatlon(s) indi- 
cated and Ihat the Ime and le- 
gal lull namo(s) ol Iho 
person(8) owning, conducting 
or transacting tho business 
is/are correct as shown. 
/s/ Patricia A. Triola, P.T, 
July 25, 2005 

Tho foregoing inslmmont 
was acknowledged before me 
by the porson(s) Intending lo 
conduct tho business this 
25th day of July 2005. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/Rosa Unzuota 

Notary Public 

Rocelvod: July 25, 2005 

Willard R. Hotander 

Lake County Clerk 

0729E-7391-MN 

July 29. 2005 

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PUBLIC NOTICE 

TO: Polk Bros. Foundation, Inc.; UiDir spouses, holre, 
devisees, successors or assigns, )l any, persons in 
occupancy or aclual possession and unltnown owners or 
parties Interosled in lire herelnalter described real ostalo: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of Lako, Date Premises Sold; December 10, 2002 

Permanent index No: 09-28-302-014 

Sold for General Taxes of 2001 and/or pnor. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located at; 26182 N. Lakeviow Dr., Wauconda; west 

line of Lakoview Dr., opprox. 66.8 feet north 
of the north lino of ft^aple Dr. 



Permanent Index No: 09-28-302-014 

This notice Is to advise you that the abovo property has boon 
sold lor dpllnquonl taxes and that the period of rodampllon from 
the sale will expire on November 29, 2005 as extended. 

This notice Is also to advise you that a petition has been filed 
for a lax deed which will transfer tillo end right to possession of 
this property If redemption is not made on or before November 
29,2005. ■:,'■■■•'•' . .' . ; 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to make 
application for an order on the petition lor a tax deed, and this 
matter Is sot lor hearing In the Circuit Court of this "county In 
Waukegan, Illinois on January 19, 2006. 

You may bo present at this hearing but your right to redeem 
will already have expired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent loss of 
properly. 

Redemption can be made at any time on or before November 
29, 2005 by applying to the County Clerk of Lako County Court 
House in Waukegan, Illinois. 

For further Information contact the County Clei1<. 

County ol Lako, asTmstoo 
Purchaser 

0729E-7335.WL 

• July 29, 2005'. 

August 5, 12, 2005 



TO: Polk Bros. Foundation, Inc.; their spouses, heirs, 
devisees, successors or assigns, if any, poreons in 
occupancy or actual possession and unknown owners or 
parties interested In the hereinafter described real estate; 

Tax Deed No. 02 TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of Lako, Date Promisos Sold: December 10, 2002 

Permanent Index No: 09-28-303-001 

Sold for General Taxes of 2001 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located at: 27077 N. Channel St., Wauconda; westerly 
lino ot Channel St., approx. 472.63 feet 
northerly as measured along easterly lino 
of Shady Ln. 



Permanent Index No: 09-28-303-001 

This notice Is to advlso you that the abovo property has been 
sold for delinquent taxes and that the period of redemption from 
the sale will oxpiro on November 29, 2005 as oxtondod. 

This nolico is also to advlso you that a petition has been tiled 
tor a tax deed which will transfer title and right to possossion ol 
this property If redemption Is not made on or beforo November 
29, 2005. 

The County of Lako, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to make 
application tor an order on the petition for a tax deed, and this 
mailer is set for hearing In the Circuit Court of this county In 
Waukegan, Illinois on January 19, 2006. 

You may bo present at this hearing but your right to redeem 
will already have expired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem immodiatoty to prevent loss ol 
property. 

Rodompljon can bo mado at any time on or before November 
29, 2005 by applying to the County Clerk ol Lako County Court 
House fn Waukegan, Illinois. 

For further Information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Tntsleo 
Purchoser 

072gE-7337-WL 

July 29, 2005 

Augusts, 12,2005 



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PUPUC NOTICE 

TO: Polk Bros. Foundation, Inc.; their spouses, heirs, 
devisees, successors or assigns, if any, persons in 
occupancy or actual possossion and unknown owners or 
parties Interested In the hereinafter described real estate: 

TaxDeedNo.OaTXi 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of Lako, Date Promises Sold: Decembor 10, 2002 

Permanent indox No: 09-28-302-002 

Sold lor General Taxes ol 2001 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located at: 27229 N. Bayviow St„ Wauconda; oastorty 
line of Bayviow St., lying approx, 45 feet 
south ol southoriy lino of Beach St. 

Permanent Index No: 09-28-302-002 

This notice is to advise you that the above property has been 
sold for delinquent taxes and that the period of redemption from 
the sate will expire on November 29, 2005 as extended. 

This notice is also to advlso you that a petition has been filed 
for a tax deed which will transfer title and right to possession of 
this property il redemption Is not mado on or before November 
29, 2005. 

The County ol Lako, as Trustee, Purchaser intends to make 
application for an order on the petition for a tax deed, and this 
matter is set lor hearing in the Circuit Court ol this county In 
Waukegan, Illinois on January 19, 2006. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem 
will already have expired at that time. 

You are urgod to redeem immediately to prevent loss of 
property. 

Rodempljon can bo made at any time on or boloro November 
29, 2005 by applying to the County Cleric of Lako County Court 
House In Waukegan. Illinois. 

For further information contact the County Clerk. 

County o( Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0720E-7331-WL 

' July 29, 2005 

August 5, 12, 2005 



TO: Polk Bros. Foundalion, inc.; thoir spouses, heirs, 
devisees, successors or assigns, if any, parsons In 
occupancy or actual possession and unknown owners or 
parties interested in the horGlnaltor described real estate: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of Lako, Date Premises Sold: Decembor 10, 2002 

Permanent Indox No: 09-28-302-009 

Sold for General Taxes of 2001 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located at; 27230 N. Lakoview Dr., Wauconda; 
the southwest corner of the 
Intorsoction ol Beach St. and Lakevlaw Dr. 

Pennanent Indox No: 09-28-302-009 

This notice is to advise you that the above property has been 
sold for delinquent taxes and that the period of redemption from 
the sale will expire on November 29, 2005 as extended. 

This notice is also to advise you that a petition has been filed 
for a tax deed which will transfer title and right to possession ol 
this property if redemption Is not made on or before November 
29,2005. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser intends to make 
application for an order on the pelilion for a tax deed, and this 
matter is sot lor hearing in the Circuit Court of this county in 
Waukegan, iiiinols on January 19, 2005. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem 
will already have expired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent loss of 
property. 

Redemption can bo mads at any time on or before November 
29. 2005 by applying to the County Clerk ol Lake County Court 
House in Waukegan, iiiinols. 

For further Inlomiation contact the County Clerk. 

County ol Lako, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0729E-7332-WL 

July 29. 2005 

Augusts, 12, 2005 



TO: Polk Bros. Foundation, Inc.; their spouses, heirs, 
doviaoos, successors or assigns, if any, persons in 
occupancy or aclual possession and unknown owners or 
parties inlerostod In the herelnalter described real estate: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County ol Lako, Date Premises Sold: December 10, 2002 

Permanent Index No: 09-28-302-01 5 

Sold for General Taxes of 2001 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located at: 27178 N. Lakoview Dr„ Wauconda; 

northwest corner ol Lakoview Dr7Map1o 
Dr. Intersection 



Permanent Index No: 09-28-302-015 

This notice is to odvlso you that the abovo property has been 
sold for delinquent taxes and that the period of redemption from 
the sale will expire on November 29, 2005 as extended. 

This notice is also to advlso you that a petition has been tiled 
for a tax deed which will transfer title and right to possession ol 
this property If rodomption is not made on or boloro November 
29.2005. 

The County ol Lako, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to make 
application lor an ordor on tho petition for a tax deed, and this 
matter is sot lor hearing In the Circull Court of this county in 
Waukegan, Illinois on January 1 9, 2006. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem 
will already have expired at that lime. 

You are urged to rodoom immediately to prevent loss ol 
property. 

Redompljon can bo made at any time on or before November 
29, 2005 by applying to the County Clerk ol Lake County Gouil 

House in Waukegan, Illinois, 

For furUior information contact the County Clertt. 

County of Lake, as Tmstee 

Purchaser 

0729E-7336-WL 

July 29, 2005 

Augusts, 12,2005 



TO: Polk Bros. Foundation, Inc.; their spouses, heirs, 
davisoos, successors or assigns, il any, persons In 
occupancy or actual possossion and unknown owners or 
parties interested in the hereinafter described real estate: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TX 1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County ol Lako, Dale Premises Sold: December 10, 2002 

Permanent Index No: 09-28-302-001 • 

Sold for General Taxes of 2001 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located at: 27231 N. Bayview St., Wauconda; 

southeast comer of the Intersection of 
Beach St. and Bayview St. 

Permanent Index No: 09-28-302-001 

This notice Is to advise you that the above property has been 
sold lor delinquent taxes and that the period of redemption fmm 
the sale will expire on November 29. 2005 as extended. 

This nolico Is also to advise you that a petiiion has been filed 
for a tax deed which will transfer title and right to possossion of 
this property 11 redemption Is not mado on or before November' 
29, 2005, 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to make 
application lor an order on tho petition for a tax deed, and this 
matter is set lor hearing In tho Circuit Court ol this county in 
Waukegan, Illinois on January 19, 2006. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem 
will already have expired at that time. 

You are urgod to redeem Immodlatoly to prevent loss of 
property. 

Rodompljon can be made at any limo on or bofore November 
29, 2005 by applying to the County Clerk ol Lake County Court 
House in Waukegan, Illinois. 

For further inlormatlon contact tho County Ctertt. 

County ot Lako, as Trustee 

Purchaser 

0729E-7329-WL 

July 29. 2005 

Augusts, 12, 2005 



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ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME application 
NAIVIE OF BUSINESS: 
Supremo Wholesale 
NATURE/PURPOSE: 
Soil merchandise (making of 
oioctronlc products). 
AODnESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
653 Windsor Dr., Fox Lako. 
IL. 6002O, {847)668-7035. 
NAfulE(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES)OFTHE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Ryan ConIi, 653 Windsor Dr.. 
Fox Uke, IL. 60020, 
(847)668-7035. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

This is to certify that the un- 
dersigned intend(s) to con- 
duct the above named busi- 
ness Irom the !ocalion(s) Indi- 
cated and that the tato and le- 
gal full namo(s) of the 
pBrson(s) owning, conducting 
or transacting the business 
Is/are correct as shown, 
/s/ Ryan Co nil 
July 7, 2005 

the foregoing Inslmment 
was acknowledged before me 
by the person(6) intending to 
conduct tho business this 7th 
day of July 2005, 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/Adriana Lomeli 

Notary Public 

Received: July 7, 2005 

Wlilard R. Holander 

Lake County Clerk 

0722D-7305-FL 

July 22, 29, 2005 

Aug. 5. 2005 



PUBUC NOTICE 

ASSUMED BUSINESS 

NAME opplicallbn 

NAIVIE OF BUSINESS: 
Sports Gills 2 Go 
NATURE/PURPOSE: 
Sale of Sports Rotated Items 
ADDRESSIES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY; 
301 Windmill Creek Dr., Anti- 
OCh, IL 60002, (847)830- 
4110. 

NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES)OFTHE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Raymond J, Cziczo, 301 
Windmill Greek Dr., Antioch, 
IL 60002, (847)838-4110. 
STATE OF ILUNOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

This Is to certify that the un- 
dersigned Intond(s) to con- 
duct tho above named busi- 
ness from tho location(s) Indi- 
cated and that the true and le- 
gal full name(s) ol Iho 
person(8) owning, conducting 
or transacting the business 
Is/aro correct as shown, 
/s/ Raymond J. Cziczo 
July 22, 2005 

Tho foregoing inslmment 
was acknowledged before me 
by the per6on(s) Intending to 
conduct the business this 
22nd day of July 2005. 

.OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/ChristinaJ. Horn 

Notary Public 

,. VI Received: July 22, 2005 

Wiliard R, Helandor 

Lake County Clerk 

0729E-7386-AN 

July 29, 2005 

Aug. 6, 12, 2005 



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PUBUC NOTICE 

TO: Polk Bros. Foundation, Inc.; Ihelrspousos, heirs, 
dovlseas, successors or assigns, If any, persons In 
occupancy or actual possession and unttnown owners or 
parties interested In the hereinafter described real estate: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of Lake, Dale Premises Sold: December 10, 2002 

Pemianent Index No: 09-28-303-011 

Sold (or Gonsrai Taxes of 2001 and/or prior, 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Pfopofly tocalod at: 27138 N. Bayvlew St., Wauconda; 

westerly side of Bayview St., approx. 100 
feet southerly of the south line of Maple Dr. 



Permanont Index No: 09-2B-303-011 

This notice is to advise you that the above property has been 
sold (or delinquent taxes and that the period ol redemption from 
Iho sale will expire on November 29, 2005 as-extended. 

Tiiis notice is also to advise you that a petition has been filed 
for a lax deed which will transfer tilio and right to possession of 
this property if redemption Is not made on or before November 
29,2005.. 

The County of Lake, as Tmstee, Purchaser Intends to make 
application for an order on the petition for a tax deed, and this 
mattor Is set for hearing In the Circuit Court ol this county In 
Waukegan, Illinois on Januaiy 19, 2006. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem 
will alroady have expired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem immediately to prevent loss of 
property. 

Redemptjon can be made at arty time on or before November 
29, 2005 by applying to the County Clerk of Lake County Court 
House in Waukegan, Illinois, 

For further information contact the County Cleri<. 

County of l^e, as Trustee 

Purchaser 

072QE-7341-WL 

July 29, 2005 
Augusts, 12,2005 

PUBLIC NOTICE 

TO: Polk Bros. Foundation, Inc.; thoir spouses, heirs, 
devisees, successors or assigns, if any. persons in 
occupancy or actual possession and unknown owners or 
parties interested in the hereinafter described roal estate: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: December 10, 2002 

PormanentlndexNo:0 9-28-303-002 

Sold for General Taxes of 2001 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPEfTTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located at: 27073 N. Channel St., Wauconda; 
norlheasteriy side ol Channel St,, 
approx. 422.63 feet northwesteriy of the 
wests rty line ol Shady Ln. 

Permanent Index No: 09-28-303-002 

This notice is to advise you that the above property has been 
sold for delinquent taxes and that the period of redemption from 
tho sale will expire on November 29, 2005 as extended. 

This notice is also to advise you that a petition has boon filed 
lor a lax deed which will transfer title and right to possession of 
this property if redemption is not made on or before November 

29, 2005. 

Tho County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser intends to make 
application for an onder on the petition for a tax deed, and this 
matter is sot for hearing in the Circuit Court of this county in 
Waukegan, Illinois on January 19, 2006. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redoem 
will alroady have expired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem immediately to prevent toss of 
property, 

Redemptjon can be made al any time on or before November 
29, 2005 by applying to the County Clerk of Lake County Court 
House In Waukegan, Illinois. 

For further information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0729E-7338-WL 

July 29, 2005 

Augusts, 12,2005 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

TO: Polk Bros. Foundation, inc.; thoir spouses, heirs, 
devisees, successors or assigns, if any, persons In 
occupancy or actual possession and unknown owners or 
parties interested in the heroinaflor described real estate; 

Tax Deed No. 02 TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: December 10, 2002 

Pemnanent Index No: 09-28-303-012 

Sold for General Taxes of 2001 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located at: 27134 N. Bayview St., Wauconda; 

westerty side of Bayview St.. approx. 150 
feel southerly of the south lino ol Maple Dr. 

Permanent Index No: 09-28-303-012 

This notice Is to advise you that the above property has been 
sold for delinquent taxes and that the period of redemption from 
the sale will expire on November 29. 2005 as extended. 

This notice is also to advise you that a petition has been filed 
for a tax deed which will transfer title and right to possession of 
this property if redemption is not made on or boforo November 
29, 2005. 

Tho County of Lake, as Tnjsteo, Purchaser intends to make 
application lor an order on the petition for a tax deed, and this 
matter is sot lor hearing in tho Circuit Court of this county in 
Waukegan, Illinois on January 1 9, 200B. 

You may bo present at this hearing but your right to redeem 
will alroady have expired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem immediately to prevent loss of 
property. 

Redemptjon can be made at any time on or before November 
29. 2005 by applying to the County Clert< ol Lake County Court 
House in Waukegan, Illinois. 

For further Infonnatlon contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0729E-7342-WL 

July 29, 2005 

Augusts, 12, 2005 

PUBUC NOTICE 

TO; Polk Bros. Foundation, inc.; their spouses, heirs, 
devisees, successors or assigns, If any, persons in 
occupancy or actual possession and unknown owners qt 
parties interested in the herelnallor described real estate: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TX 1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County ol Lake, Date Promises Sold: December 10, 2002 

Pertnanent Index No: 09-28-303-003 

Sold lor General Taxes of 2001 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located at: 27063 N. Channel St., Wauconda; 
easteriy line of Channel St„ 
approx. 372,63 feet northwest of the 
northwest fine of Shady Ln. 

Pemianent Index No; 09-28-303-003 

This notice is to advise you ihat tho above property has been 
sold for doilnquont taxes and that the period ol redemption from 
the sale will expire on November 29, 2005 as extended. 

This notice Is also to advise you that a petition has been filed 
for a tax deed which will transfer title and right to possession ol 
this property if redemption Is not made on or before November 
29, 2005. 

Tho County ol Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser intends to make 
application for an order on the petition for a tax deed, and this 
matter Is set for hearing In the Circuit Court ol this county In 
Waukogan. Illinois on January 19, 2006, 

You may bo present at this hearing but your right to redeem 
will already have oxpired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem immedialQly to prevent loss of 
property. 

Redemption can be made at any time on or before Novombor 
29, 2005 by applying to tho County Clork of Lake County Court 
House in Waukegan, Illinois. 

For further Information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Tmstee 
Purchaser 

0729E-7339-WL 

July 29, 2005 

Augusts, 12.2005 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

TO; Polk Bros. Foundation, inc.; their spouses, heirs, 
devisees, successors or assigns, If any, persons in 
occupancy or actual possession and unknown owners or 
parties interested in tho horeinallor described real estate: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TX 1 . 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: December 10. 2002 

Pemnanent Index No: 09-28-303-013 

Sold for General Taxes of 2001 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located at: 27126 N. Bayview St.. Wauconda; 

easteriy line of Bayview St.. approx. 195 
feet southeriy of tho south lino of l^aple Dr. 

Pennanent Index No: 09-28-303-013 

This notice is to advise you that the above property has boon 
sold for delinquent taxes and that the period of redomplion from 
the sale will oxpiro on November 29, 2005 as extended. 

This notice is also to advise you that a petition has been filed 
for a tax deed which will transfer tltlo and right to possession of 
this property if redemption is not made on or before November 
29, 2005. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to make 
opplicatlon lor an order on tho petition for a tax deed, and this 
matter Is set for hearing In tho Cin:uit Court of this county In 
Waukegan, Illinois on January 19, 2006. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to rodoom 
will already have expired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem immediately to prevent loss ol 
property. 

Rodomptjon can bo made at any time on or before Novombor 
29, 2005 by applying to tho County Clerk ol Lake County Court 
House in Waukegan, Illinois. 

For further Information contact tho County Ciort<. 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0729E-7343-WL 

July 29, 2005 

Augusts. 12,2005 

PUBLIC NOTICE 

TO: Polk Bros. Foundation, Inc.; Ihelr spouses, heirs, 
dovlsees, successors or assigns, if any, persons in 
occupancy or actual possession and unknown owners or 
parties interested in the hereinalter described roal estate: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of Lake, Date Promises Sold: Decombor 10. 2002 

Pemianent Index No: 09-28-303-004; through 09-26-303-010 

Sold for General Taxes of 2001 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located at: 25057, 27045, 27037. 2703 1 , 27027. 

27023, & 2701 9 N. Channel St., Wauconda; 
northwesteriy comer of the Intersection of 
Channel St., and Shady Ln. 

Pennanent Index No: 09-28-303-004; through 09-28-303-010 

This notice is to advise you that tho above property has been 
sold for delinquent taxes and that tho period of redemption from 
the sale will expire on November 29, 2005 as extended. 

This notice is also to advise you that a petition has bean fliod 
for a tax deed which will transfer title and right to possession of 
this property If rodomption is not made on or before November 

29, 2005. 

The County of Lake, as Tmstee. Purchaser Intends to make 
application for an order on the petition for a tax deed, and this 
mattor is set lor hearing In the Circuit Court of this county in 
Waukegan, Illinois on January 19, 2006. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem 
vAW already have oxpired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem immodiatoly to prevent loss of 
property. 

Redemptjon can be made at any time on or before November 
29, 2005 by applying to the County CJork ol Lako County Court 
House In Waukegan, Illinois. 

For further information contact the County Clorit. 

County of Lake, as Toistoe 
Purchaser 

0729E-7340-WL 

July 29, 2005 

Augusts, 12,2005 




PUBUC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAIt/IE application 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 
RuifLllo Pot Care 
NATURE/PURPOSE: 
Pot silting and dog walking 
service 

ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
9S8 ChosQpoako Blvd., Gray- 
slake, IL. 60030, (847) 772- • 
7843. 

NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDnESS(ES)OFTHE 
PERSONfS) OWNING. 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
William J. Lyman, 960 Chesa- 
peake Blvd., Graysiake, IL. 
60030, (847)543-7643. 
STATE OF ILUNOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE) 

This Is to certify that the un- 
dersigned inlond(s) to con- 
duct tho above named busi- 
ness from tho iocation(s) indi- 
cated and that the tnio and io- 
gal full namQ(s) of tho 
porson(s) owning, conducting 
or transacting tho business 
is/are correct as shown, 
/s/ William J. Lyman 
July 25, 2005 

The foregoing instrument 
was acknowledged boforo mo 
by tho person(s) Intending to 
conduct tho business this 
25lh day of July 2005. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

(^Maniano Herstod 

Notary Public 

Received: July 25, 2005 

Wiiiard R, Helander 

Lako County Clorit 

0729E-7393-GL 

July 29, 2005 

Aug. 5, 12,2005 



PUBUC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSll^ESS 
NAME application 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 
Pianola Travel 
NATURE/PURPOSE: 
Travel Services 
ADDRESSCES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
1413Troscott St., Mundelein, 
IL 60060, (847)566-1956, 
NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES)OFTHE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Natalia ToislQva, 1413 Tros- 
cott St., Mundelein, IL 60060, 
(647)566-1956. 
STATE OF ILUNOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE) 

This is 10 certify that tho un- 
dersigned intend(s) to con- 
duct Iho above named busi- 
ness from the locatlon(s} indi- 
cated and that the true and le- 
gal full namo(s) of tho 
person(s) owning, conducting 
or transacting the business 
Is/are correct as shown. 
IsJ Natalia Toistova 
July 20, 2005 

Tho foregoing instormont 
was acknowledged before me 
by tho pofson(s) intending to 
conduct Iha business this 
201h day of July 2005. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/sA'arimar Santos 

Notary Public 

Received: July 20, 2005 

Wiiiard R. Helander 

Lako County Cieri< 

0729E-7385-MN 

July 29, 2005 

Aug. 5, 12, 2005 



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TO: Polk Bros. Foundation, Inc.; Iheir spouses, heirs, 
devisees, successors or assigns, if any, parsons In 
occupancy or actual possession and unknown owners or 
parties Interested in ttio heroinalter described real estate: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: December 10, 2002 

Permanent Index No: 09-23-303-021 

Sold for General Taxes of 2001 and/or prior, 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located al: 27054 N. Bayvlew St.. Wauconda; 
southerly line of Bayviow St., approx. 
73.58 feet norlfiwestorly of Shady Iji. 

Permanent Index No: 09-28-303-021 

This nolico Is to advise you tfiat tfie above property lias been 
sold for dollnquont taxes and that (ho period of rodomplion from 
the sale will expire on November 29, 2005 as extended. 

This notice is also to advise you that a petition has been filed 
lor a tax deed which will transfer title and rigiit to possession of 
this property if redemption Is not made on or before November 
29, 2005. 

The County of Lake, as Taistoe, Purchaser Intends to make 
application for an order on the petition for a tax deed, and this 
matter is set for hearing in the Circuit Court of this county In 
Waukegan, Illinois on January 19, 2006. 

You may bo present at this hearing but your right to redeem 
will already have expired atlhat time. 

You are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent loss of 
property. 

Rodompijon can be made at any time on or before November 
29, 2005 by applying to the County Clerk of Lake County Court 
House In Waukegan, Illinois, 

For further Information contact the County Clerlt. 

County of Ijko, as Trustos 

Purchaser 

0729E-7347-WL 

July 29, 2005 

Augusts, 12.2005 



TO: Polk Bros. Foundation, Inc.; their spouses, lieirs, 
devisees, successors or assigns, If any, persons In 
occupancy or actual possession and unknown owners or 
parties interested In the horolnafter described real estate; 

Tax Deed No. 02 TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of Lake, Dale Premises Sold: December 10, 2002 

Permanent Index No: 09-28-303-022 

Sold for General Taxes of 2001 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located at: 27044 N. Bayvlew St., Wauconda; 
southwest corner of Bayvlew St. and 
Shady Ln, 

Permanent Index No: 09-28-303-022 

This notice Is to advise you that the above property has been 
sold for delinquent taxes and that the period of redemption from 
the sala will expire on November 29, 2005 as extended. 

This notice Is also to advise you that a petition has been filed 
for a tax deed which will transfer title and right to possession of 
this property if redemption Is not made on or before November 
29. 2005. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser intends to make 
appllcallDn for an order on the petition for a tax deed, and this 
matter is set for hearing in the Circuit Court of this county in 
Waukegan, Illinois on January 19, 2006. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem 
will already have expired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent loss of 
property. 

Redemption can be made at any time on or before November 
29, 2005 by applying to the County Cleri< of Lake County Court 
House in Waukegan, Illinois. 

For further Information contact the County Clerit. 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0729E-7348-WL 

July 29, 2005 

August 5, 12, 2005 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

TO: Polk Bros. Foundation, Inc.; tholr'spouses, heirs, 
devisees, successors or assigns, If any, persons in 
occupancy or actual possession and unknown owners or 
parties Interested in the horelnalter described real estate: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: Deccmbono, 2002 

Permanent Index No: 09-28-303-015; 09-28-303-016 

Sold for General Taxes of 2001 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located at: 27096 & 27078 N. Bayviow St., Wauconda; 
westerly side of Bayviow St., approx. 
323.58 foot northwesterly of the westoriy 
lino ot Shady Ln. 

Pernianont Index No: 09-28-303-015; 09-28-303-016 

This notice is to advise you that the above property has been 
sold for dolinquont taxes and that the period of redemption from 
the sale will expire on November 23, 2005 as extended. 

This notice is also to advise you that a petition has boon filed 
for a tax deed which will transfer title and right to possession of 
this property If redemption is not made on or before November 
29, 2005, 

The County of Lake, as Taistoe, Purchosor intends to make 
application for an order on the petition for a tax deed, and this 
matter Is set tor hearing In the Circuit Court of this county in 
Waukegan, Illinois on January 19,2006. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem 
will already have expired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem immediately to prevent loss of 
property. 

Rodomptjon can bo made at any time on or before November 
29, 2005 by applying to the County Clerk of Lake County Court 
House In Waukegan, Illinois. 

For further information contact the County Clerk, 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0729E-7344-WL 

July 29, 2005 

Augusts, 12,2005 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

TO: Polk Bros. Foundation, Inc.; their spouses, hoirs, 
devisees, successors or assigns, if any, persons In 
occupancy or actual possession and unknown owners or 
parties interested In the hereinalter described real estate: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: December 10, 2002 

Permanent Index No: 09-28-304-001 

Sold for General Taxes of 2001 and/or prior, 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located at: 27149 N. Bayviow St., Wauconda; 

southeasterly comer of Bayviow St. and 
Maple Dr. 

Permanent Index No: 09-28-304-001 

This notice Is to advise you that the above property has been 
sold for delinquent taxes and that the period of redemption from 
the sale will expire on November 29, 2005 as extended. 

This notice is also to advise you that a petition has been filed 
for a tax deed which will transfer title and right to possession ot 
this property it redemption is not made on or before November 
29. 2005. 

The County of Lake, as Tnjstea, Purchaser intends to make 
application for an order on the petition for a tax deed, and this 
matter is sot for hearing In the Circuit Court ol this county in 
Waukegan, Illinois on January 19, 2006. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem 
will already have expired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem immediately to prevent loss of 
property. 

Redemptjon can be made at any time on or before November 
29. 2005 by applying to the County Clerii of Lake County Court 
House In Waukegan, Illinois. 

For further Informationcontact the County Clerit. 

County of lake, as Trustee 

Purchaser 

' 0729E-7349-WL 

July 29, 2005 

Augusts, 12, 2005 



EUBLIC NPTIC5 

TO; Polk Bros. Foundation, Inc.; their spouses, heirs, 
devisees, successors or assigns, if any, persons in 
occupancy or actual possession and unknown owners or 
partios interested \n the horcinaflor described real estate: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: December 10, 2002 

Ponnanont Index No:' 09-28-303-019; 09-28-303-020 

Sold for General Taxes of 2001 and/or prior, 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located al: 27070 & 27062 N. Dayview St., Wauconda; 
southwesteriy side ot Bayvlew St., approx. 
123.58 foot northwesterly of the 
westoriy lino of Shady Ln. 

Permanent index No; 09-28-303-019; 09-28-303-020 

This notice is to advise you that the above property has been 
sold for delinquent taxes and that the period ol redemption from 
the sale will expire on November 29, 2005 as extended. 

This nolico is also to advise you that a petition has been filed 
for a tax deed which will transfer title and right to possession of 
this property if redemption is not made on or t>efore November 
29, 2005. 

The County of Lake, as Tnjstee, Purchaser Intends to make 
application for an order on the petition for a tax deed, and this 
matter Is sot for hearing in the Circuit Court of this county In 
Waukegan, Illinois on January 19, 2006. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem 
will already have expired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem immediately to prevent loss of 
property. 

Redemption can bo made ot any limo on or before November 
29, 2005 by applying to the County Clerk of l-ako County Court 
House in Waukegan, Illinois. 

For further information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0729E-7346-WL 

July 29, 2005 

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PUBLIC NOTICE 

TO: Polk Bros. Foundation, jnc; their spouses, heirs, 
devisees, successors or assigns, if any, persons in 
occupancy or actual possession and unknown owners or 
partios Interested in the hereinafter described real estate: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County ol Lake, Date Promises Sold: December 10, 2002 

Permanent Index No: 09-28-303-017; 09-28-303-018 

Sold for General Taxes of 2001 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located at; 27076 & 27074 N. Bayviow St., Wauconda; 
southoriy lino of Bayviow St., approx. 
223.58 loot northwestoriy of Shady Ln. 

Permanent index No: 09-28-303-017; 09-28-303-018 ' 

This nolico Is to advise you that the above property has been 
sold for delinquent taxes and that the period of redemption from 
the sale will expire on November 29, 2005 as extended. 

This notice Is also to advise you that a petition has been filed 
for a lax deed which will transfer title and right to possession ol 
this property II rodomptlon is not made on or before November 
29, 2005. 

The County of liike, as Taistee, Purchaser intends to make 
application for an order on the petition for a tax deed, and this 
motter Is set for hearing In the Circuit Court of this county In 
Waukegan, Illinois on January 1 9, 2006. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem 
will already have expired at that lime. 

You are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent loss of 
property. 

Redemptjon can be made at ony time on or before November 
29, 2005 by applying to the County Clerk ol Lake County Court 
House in Waukegan, Illinois. 

For further information contact the County Clerk. 

County ol Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0729E-7345-WL 

July 29, 2005 

Augusts. 12,2005 





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PUPUC N OTI CE 

TO: Polk Bros. Foundalion, Inc.; Iheir spousos, heirs, 
devisees, succGssors or assigns, if any, persons in 
occupancy or actual possession and unknown ownors or • 
parties interosted In ttio horoinafler dascribod real estate: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of 1-ako, Date Premises Sold: December 10, 2002 

Permanant index No: 09-28-304-004 

Sold lor Gonorai Taxes of 2001 and/or prior, 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located at: 27125N. BayvlowSt., Wauconda; 

northerly lino of Bayvlew St., approx. 200 
foet Boutheastorly of ft^apto Dr. 

Pemianenl Index No; 09-28-304-004 

This notice is to advise you that tho above proporty has been 
sold for delinquent taxes and (hat the period of redemption from 
the sale will expire on November 29, 2005 as extended. 

This notice Is also to advise you that a petition has boon tiled 
for a tax deed which will transfer tillo and right to possession of 
this property If redemption Is not made on or before November 
29,2005. 

The County of Lake, as Tmstee, Purchaser intends to make 
application for an order on the petition for a tax deed, and this 
matter Is sot for hearing in the Circuit Court of this county in 
Waukcgan, Illinois on January 1 9, 2006. 

You may bo present at this hearing but your right to redeem 
will already have expired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem immodlatoly to prevent loss of 
property. 

Ftodomptjon can bo made at any time on or before November 
29, 2005 by applying to the County Ciork of Lake County Court 
House In Waukegan, Illinois. 

For lurthor Infomiatlon contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Tmstee 
Purchaser 

0729E-7352-WL 

July 29, 2005 

Augusts, 12,2005 



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PUBLIC NOTICE 

TO: Poik Bros. Foundalion, Inc.; their spouses, heirs, 
devisees, successors or assigns, if any, persons in 
occupancy or actual possession and unknown ownors or 
parties interested in the horoinatter described real estate: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: December 10, 2002 

Pemianont Index No: 09-28-304-006; 09-28-304-007 & 
09-26-304-008 

Sold (or General Taxes of 2001 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLO FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Proporty located at: 27111^ 27103, & 27091 N. Buyvlew St., 
Wauconda; northeasterly lino of Bayvlew 
St., approx. 278.83 feet northweslody of 
' Shady Ln. 



Permanent Indox No: 09-28-304-006; 09-28-304-007 & 
09-28-304-008 

This notice Is to advise you that the above property has been 
sold for delinquent taxes and that the period of redemption from 
the sale will expire on November 29, 2005 as extended. 

This notice is also to advise you that a petition has been filed 
for a tax deed which will transfer title and right to possession of 
this property if redemption Is not made on or before November 
29,2005. 

The County of Lake, as Toisteo, Purchaser Intends to make 
application for an order on (ha petition for a tax deed, and this 
matter is set for hearing In the Circuit Court of this county In 
Waukegan, Illinois on Januaiy 19, 2006. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem 
will already have expired at that time. 

You are urged to rodeom Immediately to prevent loss of 

proporty. . 

Rodompljon can ba made at any time on or before November 
29, 2005 by applying to the County Clerk of Lake County Court 
House In Waukegan, Illinois. 

For further Information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0729E-7354-WL' 
July 29, 2005 
August 5, 12. 2005 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

TO: Polk Bros. Foundation, Inc.; their spouses, heirs. 
devisees, successors or assigns, It any, persons in 
occupancy or actual possession and unknown ownors or 
parties Interested In the herolnaftor described real estate: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of Lake, Date Promises Sold: December 10, 2002 

Pemnanent Index No; 09-28-304-005 

Sold for General Taxes of 2001 and/or prior, 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located at; 27119 N. Bayvlew St„ Wauconda; 
northeasterly line of Bayviow St., 
approx. 200 (oel soulhoasloriy of Maple Av. 

Permanent Index No; 09-28-304-005 

This notice Is to advise you that tho above property has been 
sold for delinquent taxes and that the period of redemption from 
Iha sale will expire on November 29, 2005 as extended. 

This notice Is also to advise you that a petition has boon filed 
for a tax deed which will transfer title and right to possession of 
this property If redemption Is not made on or before November 
29, 2005. 

The County of Lake, as Tmstee, Purchaser intends to make 
application for an order on tho petition for a tax deed, and this 
matter is sot for hoartng in (he Circuit Court ol this county In 
Waukegan, Illinois on January 19, 2006. 

You may ba present at this hearing but your right to redeem 
will already have expired at (hat time. 

You are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent loss of 
property. 

Redomptjon can bo made at any lime on or bolore November 
29, 2005 by applying to the County Clerk of Lake County Court 
House in Waukegan, Illinois. 

For further Infonnation contact tho County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0729E-7353-WL 

July 29, 2005 

Augusts, 12, 2005 



PUBUC NOTICE 

TO: Polk Bros. Foundation, Inc.; their spousos, heirs, 
devisees, successors or assigns, if any, persons In 
occupancy or actual possession and unl<nown ownors or 
parties Interested in the hereinafter described real estate: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of Lake, Data Premises Sold: December 10, 2002 

Permanent Indox No: 09-28-304-009 

Sold for General Taxes of 2001 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located at: 27083 N. Bayvlew St„ Wauconda; 
northeasterly lino of Bayviow St., 
approx. 228,83 (eel northwesterly of 
Shady Ln. 

Permanent Index No: 09-28-304-009 



This notice Is to advise you that the aliovo property has been 
sold for dellnqu'Bnt taxes and that (ho period of redemption from 
the sale will expire on November 29, 2005 as extended. 

This notice is also to advise you that a petition has been filed 
for a tax dead which will transfer title and right to possession of 
this proporty If redemption is not made on or botoro November 
29,2005, 

The County of Lake, as Tmstee, Purchaser Intends to make 
application for an order on the petition (or a tax deed, and this 
matter is sot for hearing In (he Circuit Court of this county In 
Waukegan, Illinois on January 19, 2006. 

You may be prosoni at this hearing but your right to redeem 
will already have expired at that time. 

You are urged to rodeom immediately to prevent loss of 
property. 

Redempljon can bo made at any time on or before November 
29, 2005 by applying to the County Clerk of Lake County Court 
House in Waukegan, Illinois. 

For further information contact tho County Clerk. 

County of Lako, as Trustee 

Purchaser 

•'■ • " - '■' 0729E-7355-WL 

July 29. 2005 
Augusts, 12,2005 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

TO: Polk Bros, Foundation, Inc.; their spousos, heirs, 
devlseos. successors or assigns, if any, persons In 
occupancy or actual possession and unknown ownors or 
parties interested in the hereinafter described real estate: 

Tax Deed No, 02 TX 1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of Lake, Dale Premises Sold; December 10, 2002 

Permanent Index No: 09-28-304-002 

Sold for Gonorai Taxes of 2001 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located at: 27137 N. Bayvlew St., Wauconda; 

eastorly sido of Bayview St., approx, 50 
feet southerly of (ha south line of fulaplo Dr. 

Permanent Index No: 09-26-304-002 

This notice Is to advise you that tho above proporty has been 
sold for dQlinquonl taxes and that the period ol rodomption from 
the sale will expire on November 29, 2005 asaxlended. 

This notice is also to advise you that a pelition has boon tiled 
for a tax deed which will transfer title and right to possession of 
this proporty if redemption Is not mado on or before November 
29, 2005. 

The County of Lake, as Tmstee, Purchaser Intends to make 
application for an order on the petition for a tax deed, and this 
matter Is set lor hearing In tho Circuit Court of this county in 
Waukegan, llllnols on January 19, 2006. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem 
will already have expired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem immediately to prevent loss of 
proporty. 

Redomptjon can bo mado at any time on or before November 
29, 2005 by applying to the County Clerk ol Lake County Court 
House in Waukegan, Illinois. 

For further informalion contact (he County Clark. 

County o! Lako, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0729E-7350-WL 

July 29, 2005 

August 5, 12, 2005 



TO: Polk Bros, Foundation, Inc.; their spouses, heirs, 
devisees, successors or assigns, if any, persons in 
occupancy or actual possession and unknown oyvnors or 
parties interested in the hereinafter described real estate: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TX 1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of Lake, Data Premises Sold: December 10, 2002 

Permanent Index No: 09-26-304-003 

Sold (or General Taxes of 2001 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Proporty located at: 27133N. BayvlowSt., Wauconda; 

east sido of Bayviow St., approx. 100.2 
(eel southerly of the southerly lino of 
Maple Or, 

Permanent Index No: 09-28-304-003 

This notice is to adviso you that the above properly has been 
sold for delinquent taxes and that the period of rodomption from 
tho sale will expire on November 29, 2005 as extended. 

This notice Is also to adviso you that a petition has been filed 
for a tax deed which will transfer tillo and right to possession ol 
this property If redemption Is not made on or before November 
29, 2005. 

The County of Lake, as Tmstee, Purchaser intends to make 
application for an order on the petition for a tax deed, and this 
matter is set for hearing In (he Circuit Court of this county In 
Waukegan, Illinois on January 19, 2006. 

You may be present at ihis hearing but your right to redeem 
will already have expired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem Immodlatoly to prevent loss ol 
proporty, 

Rodompljon can be mado at any lime on or bolore November 
29, 2005 by applying to the County Clerk of Lako County Court 
House in Waukegan, Illinois. 

For further Information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0729E-7351-WL 

. July 29. 2005 

Augusts, 12,2005 



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TO: Poik Bf03. Foundation, Inc.; thoir spouses, heirs, 
dQvlsoGs, BLtccossors or assigns, if any, persons In 
occupancy or acluai possossion and unknown owners or 
parties Interested In the hereSnallor described reat ostate: 

Tax Deed NO..02 TX 1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County ol Lake, Dale Pramlsos Sold; Occembor 10, 2002 

Ponnanont Index No: 09-28-304-016 

Sold for General Taxes of 2001 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located at; 27132 N. Lakoviow Dr.. Wauconda; 

westerly lino o( Lakevlow Dr., apprbx. 82,4 
feet SQulh of the south line of Maple Dr. 

Permanent Index No: 09-28-304-016 



This notice Is to adviso you that iho above property has been 
sold for delinquent taxes and that Iho period of rodomption from 
the sale will expire on November 29, 2005 as extended. 

This notice is also to adviso you that a petition has boon filed 
lor a tax deed which will transfer title and right to possession ol' 
this property if redemption Is not made on or before November 
29, 2005. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends lo make 
application for an order on Iho petition for a tax deed, and this 
matter Is sol lor hearing In the Circuit Court of this county in 
Waukcgan, Illinois on January 19, 2006. 

You may bo present at this hearing but your right to redeem 
will already have expired at that time. 

You are urged lo rsdeom immediately to prcvonl loss of 
property. 

Redemption can bo made at any time on or before November 
29, 2005 by applying lo tho County Clerk of Lake County Court 
House In Waukogan, Illinois. 

For further information contact tho County Clerk. 

County ol Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0729E-7359-WL 

July 29. 2005 

Augusts. 12,2005 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

TO: Polk Bros. Foundation, Inc.; their spouses, heirs, 
dovisoos, successors or assigns, if any, persons In 
occupancy or actual possossion and unknown owners or 
parlies Jnlorostcd In tho hereinafter described real estate: 

Tax Dead No. 02 TX 1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: December 10, 2002 

Permanent Index No: 09-28-304-010; through 09-28-304-01 3 

Sold for General Taxes ol 2001 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located at: 27077. 27073, 27069 & 27065 N. Bayviow 
St., Wauconda; east lino ol Bayviow St. at 
the inlorsectlon of Bayview St. and 
Shady Ln. 

Permanent Index No: 09-28-304 -010; through 09-28-304-013 



This notice Is to advise you that the above property has been 
sold tor delinquent taxos and that the period of redemption from 
tho sale will expire on November 29, 2005 ds extended, 

This notico Is also to adviso you that a petition has been filed 
for a tax deed which will transfer title and right to possession ot 
this property II rodomption Is not made on or boforo November 
29, 2005. ' 

Tho County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser intends lo mako 
application for an order on tho petition for a tax deed, and this 
matter Is sol .for hearing In Iho Clrcull Court of Uiis county In 
Waukogan, Illinois on January 1 9. 2006. 

You may bo present at this hearing but your right lo redoem 
will already have expired Qt that time. 

You ^ro urged to redeem Immodlalely lo prevent loss of 
property. 

Redemption can bo mado ol any time on or before November 
29, 2005 by applying lo tho County Clerk of Lake County Court 
House In Waukogan, Illinois. 

For further Infofmatlon conlact the County Cleilt. 

County of Lake, as Trusteo 
Purchaser 

0729E-7356-WL 

July 29, 2Q05 

Augusts, 12,2005 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

TO: Polk Bnss. Foundation, Inc.; their spouses, heirs, 
dovisoos. successors or assigns, if any, persons in 
occupancy or actual possession and unknown owners or 
parties interested in tho herelnaltor described real estate: 

Tax Peed No. 02 TX 1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of Lake. Dato Premises Sold: December 10. 2002 

Permanent Index No; 09-28-304-017 

Sold lor Gcnorot Taxes of 2001 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located at: 27126 N. Lakoviow Dr,. Wauconda; 

woslerly lino of Lakeview Dr., approx. 132,4 
foot south of the south lino of f^ople Dr. 

Pormanenl Index No: 09-28-304-017 



This notice Is to odvlse you that iho above property has bean 
sold for dolinquont taxes and that the period ol redemption from 
tho solo will oxpire on November 29, 2005 as extended. 

This notice is also lo advise you ihat a petition has been filed 
for a tax deed which will transfer title and right to possession ol 
Ihls property If redompllon Is not mado on or before November 
29.2005. • 

The County of Lako, as Trustee, Purchaser inlonds to make 
application for an ordor on tho pelllion for a tax deed, and Ihls 
matter Is sel for hooring in the Circuit Court of this county In 
Waukcgan, Illinois on January 19. 2006. 

You may be present al this hearing but your right lo redeem 
will already have expired at Ihat time. 

You are urged (o redeem Immediately to prevent loss of 
property. 

Rodempljon can bo made at any lime on or before November 
29. 2005 by applying to the County Clerk of Like County Court 
House In Waukegon, Illinois. 

For further Information contact the County Clerk. 

County ol Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0729E-7360-WL 

July 29. 2005 

August 5, 12. 2005 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

TO: Polk Bros. Foundation, Inc.; their spouses, heirs, 
devisees, successors or assigns, if any, persons in 
occupancy or actual possossion and unknown owners or ' 
parties Intorestod in tho hereinafter described real estate: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County ol Lako, Dalo Premises Sold; December 10, 2002 

Permanent Index No: 09-28-304-014 

Sold lor General Taxes ol 2001 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located at: 26152 N. Lakeview Dr., Wauconda; 
wostcriy side ol Lakeview Dr. at the 
intersection ol Lakoviow Dr. and Maple Dr. 

Perm&nent Index No: 09-28-304-014 



P UB LIC N OTICE 

TO: Polk Bros. Foundation, Inc.; their spouses, heirs, 
devisees, succossors or assigns, if any, persons In 
occupancy or actual possession and unknown-owners or 
parties interested in the horoinafler described real estate: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of Lake, Dale Premises Sold; December 10, 20O2 

Permanent Index No: 09-28-304-018 

Sold for General Taxes of 2001 and/or prior, 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located al: 27124 N, Lakeview Dr., Wauconda; 

wosleriy lino of Lokovlew Dr., approx. 182.4 
feet south of tho south tine ol Maple Dr. 

Pemtanenl Index No; 09-28-304-018 



This notice is to advise you Ihat tho above property has been 
sold for delinquent taxes and that tho period of redemption from 
the sale will- expire on November 29, 2005 as extended. 

This notice Is also to advise you that a petition has been filed 
for a lax deed which will transfer title and right to possession ol 
this property if redemption is not made on or before November 
29. 200S. 

The County of Lake, as Trusteo, Purchaser Intends to make 
application for an order on tho petition for a tax deed, and this 
matter Is set for hearing In the Circuit Court ol this county in 
Waukcgan, Illinois on January 1 9, 2006. 

You may be present al this hearing but your right to redeem 
will already havo expired at that time. 

You are urged to rodoom immediately to prevent loss of 
property. 

Redemptjon can be mado at any time on or before November 
29, 2005 by applying lo the County Cleric ol Lako County Court 
House In Waukegan, Illinois. 

For further Information contact the County Clerk. 

County ot Lake, as Tnjstoa 

Purchaser 

0729E-7361-WL 

July 29, 2005 

August 5, 12, 2005 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

TO: PolkBros. Foundation, Inc.; iholr spouses, heirs, 
devisees, successors or assigns, if any, persons In 
occupancy or actual possession and unknown owners or 
parties Interested In the hereinafter described real estate: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TX 1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of Lako, Dale Promises Sold: Docomber 10, 2002 

Pemianent Index No: 09-28-304-01 5 ' 

Sold for General Taxes of 2001 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located al; 27136N. Lakeview Dr.. Wauconda; 

wosleriy lino of Lakeview Dr.. approx. 32.4 
feet south ol the south line ol Mo pie Dr. 

Permanent Index No: 09-28-304-015 



This notice Is to adviso you Ihat the above property has boon 
sold for delinquent toxos and that the period of redemption from 
the aalo will expire on November 29, 2005 as extended. 

This notice is also to adviso you thai a petition has boon filed 
for a lax dead which will transfer title and right lo possession of 
this property if redemption Is not mado on or before November 
29, 2005. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to make 
application .for an order on the petition for a lax deed, and this 
matter is sot for hearing In tho Circuit Court ol this county In 
Waukcgan, Illinois on January 19, 2006. 

You may bo present at this hearing but your right to redoem 
will olready havo expired at thai time. 

You are urged lo redeem Immediately to prevent loss of 

property. 

Rodempljon can be mado at any time on or before November 
29. 2005 by applying lo the County Cleri< of Lake County Court 
House In Waukegan. Illinois. 

For further Infomiation contact the County CIeri<. 

County of Lake, as Trustee 

' Purchaser 

0729E-7357-WL 

July 29. 2005 

Augusts, 12. 2005 



This notice is lo adviso you that the above property has been 
sold for dolinquont taxos and that tho period of redemption from 
the sale will expire on November 29, 2005 as extended. 

This notico Is also to advise you that a pelllion has been filed 
for a tax deed which will transfer title and right to possession of 
this property It rodomption Is not made on or before November 
29. 2005, 

Tho County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends lo mako 
application for an order on the pelllion for a tax deed, and this 
matter Is sot for hearing In iho Circuit Court of this county In 
Waukegan, Illinois on Jonuary 19. 2006. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem 
will already have expired at that lime. 

You are urged to redoem Immediately to prevent loss of 
property. 

Redemption can be made at any lime on or belore November 
29, 2005 by applying to the County Cleric of Lako County Court 
House In Waukogan, Illinois. 

For further Information contact the County Cleric; 

County ot Lako, as Trustee 

Purchaser 

0729E-7358-WL 

July 29, 2005 

Augusts. 12, 2005 




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TO; Polk Bros. Foundation, Inc.; thoir spouses, hoirs, 
dovisoos, succQssors or assigns, If any, porsons In 
occupancy or actual pos&ssslon and unknown ownors or 
parties Interastod In the horelnaflor described real estate: 

TaxD6fidNo.02TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of i^ke, Date Premlsos Sold: December 10. 2002 
Permanent Index No: 09-28-305-009 



Gold for General Taxes of 2001 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Properly located at: 27036 N. Lakevlew Dr., Wauconda; 

south side of Lakevlew Dr., approx. 190 
feet west of the west line of Division St. 



Permanent Index No: 09-28-305-009 



This notice Is to advise you that the above property has been ' 
sold for delinquent taxes and that the period of redemption from 
the sale will expire on November 29, 2005 as extended. 

This notice Is also to advise you that a petition has been filed 
lor a tax deed which will transfer title and right to possession of 
this property If redemption is not made on or before November 
29. 2005. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to make 
application for an order on the petition for a lax deed, and this 
matter Is set for hearing in the Circuit Court of this county in 
Waukegqn, Illinois on January 19, 2006. 

You may bo present at this hearing but your right to redeem 
wilt already have expired at that lime. 

You are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent loss of 
property. 

Redemption can bo made at any time on or before November 
29, 2005 by applying to the County Clerk of Lake County Court 
House In Waukogan, Illinois. . 

■ For further Information contact the County Clerk. 

') , County of Lake, as Trusloo 

' Purchaser 

0729E-7367-WL 

July 29, 2005 

Augusts, 12, 2005 



PUBLIC NQTTCE 

TO: Polk Bros, Foundation, Inc.; their spouses, heirs, 
devisees, successors or assigns, if any, persons In 
occupancy or actual possession and unknown owners or 
parties Interested in (he hereinatler described real estate: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: December 10, 2002 

Permanent Index No: 09-28-305-001; through 09-28-305-007 

Sold lor General Taxes of 200 1 and/or prior, 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located at: 27074, 27072. 27070. 27064. 27052, 
27048, & 27044 N. Lakevlew Dr., 
Wauconda; the southeast comer at the 
. intersection of Lakevlew Dr. and Shady Ln. 
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Permanent Index No: 09-28-305-001; through 09-28-305-007 



This notice Is to advise you that the above property has boon 
sold lor delinquent taxes and that the period ol redemption from 
Iho sale will expire on November 29, 2005 as extended. 

This notice is also to advise you that a petition has been filed 
for a tax deed which wilt transfer title and right to possession of 
this property if redemption Is not made on or before November 
29, 2005, 

The County of L^ko, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to make 
I application for an order on the petition lor a tax deed, and this 
matter Is set (or hearing In the Circuit Court of this county In 
I Waukogan, Illinois on January 1 9, 2006. 

You may bo present at this hearing but your right to redeem 
[will already have oxpirod at thai lime. , 

You are urged to redeem immediately to prevent loss of 
(property. 

- Redompljon can be made at any time on or before November 
|29. 2005 by applying to the County Clerk of Lake County Court 
|House In Waukogan, Illinois. 

[ For further Infonnatlon contact the County Clerk. 

County ol Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0729E-7355-WL 

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PUBLIC NOTICE 

TO: Polk Bros. Foundalton, Inc.; their spouses, heirs, 
devisees, successors or assigns, if any, persons In 
occupancy or actual possession and unknown owners or 
parlies Interested In the herelnaltor described real estate: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of Lake, Dale Promises Sold: December 10, 2002 

Permanent index No: 09-28-304-020 

Sold for General Taxes of 2001 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located at; 27114 N. Lakevlew Dr., Wauconda; 
northeasterly lino of Lakevlew Dr., 
approx. 183.7 feel northwesterly of 
Shady Ln. 

Permanent Index No: 09-28-304-020 



This notice Is to advise you that the above property has been 
sold for delinquonl taxes and that the period ol redemption from 
Iho sale will expire on November 29, 2005 as extended. 

This notice is also to advise you that a petition has been filed 
for a tax deed which will transfer title and right to possossion of 
this properly If redemption is not made on or before November 
29, 2005. 

The County of Lai<e, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to make 
application for an order on the polilion for a tax deed, and this 
matter is sel for hearing in the Circuit Court ol this county in 
Waukogan, Illinois on January 19, 2006. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem 
will already have oxpirod at that time. 

You are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent loss of 
property. 

Rodomptjon can bo made at any time on or before November 
29, 2005 by applying to Iho County Clerk of L,ake County Court 
House In Waukegan, lltinols. 

For further Infomiatloncontact the County Clot1<. 

County ol Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0729E-7363-WL 

July 29, 2005 

August 5, 12, 2005 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

TO; Poik Bros. Foundation, Inc.; their spouses, heirs, 
devisees, successors or assigns, if any, persons In 
occupancy or actual possession and unknown owners or 
parties Interested In the hereinafter described real estate; 

Tax Deed No. 02 TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of Lake. Date Promises Sold: December 10, 2002 

Parnianent Index No: 09-28-304-021; 09-28-304-022 
& 09-28-304-023 

Sold tor General Taxes of 2001 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located at: 27104. 27096, & 27084 N. Lakevlew Dr. 
Wauconda; west line of Shady Ln. and 
soulheriy line of Lakevlew Dr. 



Pemianent Index No: 09-28-304-021:09.28-304-022 & 
09-28-304-023 



This notice Is to advise you that the above property has been 
sold for delinquent taxes and that the period ol redemption from 
the sale will expire on November 29, 2005 as extended. 

This notice Is also to advlso you that a petition has boon lilod 
for a tax deed which willtransfer tillo and right to possossion ol 
this property II redemption is not made on or before November 
29, 2005. 

• The County of Lake, as Trustee. Purchaser intends to make 
application for an order on the pelitlon for a tax deed, and this 
matter is sot for hearing In Iho Circuit Court ol this county In 
Waukegan, Illinois on January 19. 2006. 

You may bo present at this hearing but your right to redeem 
will already have oxpirod at that llmo. 

You are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent loss of 
property. 

Redamptjon can bo made at any time on or before November 
29, 2005 by applying to the County Cleri< of Lako ^County Court 
Houso In Waukogan, Illinois. 

For further Inlomiotion contact the County Clerk. 

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devisees, successors or assigns, II any, persons In 
occupancy or oclual possossion and unknown owners or 
parties Interested In the herelnaltor described real estate: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TX 1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: December 10, 2002 

Permanent Index No: 09-28-304-019 

Sold for General Taxes of 2001 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located al: 27120 N. Lakevlew Dr., Wauconda; 

wesloriy line of Lakeviow Dr.. approx. 232.4 
feet soulh ol the south lino of Maple Dr. 

Permanent Index No: 09-28-304-019 



This notice is to advlso you that the above property has boon 
sold lor dolinquont taxes and that the period ol redemption from 
Iho sale will expire on November 29. 2005 as oxiondod. 

' This notice is also to advise you that a polilion has boon filed 
for a lax deed which wilt transfer title and right to possossion of 
Ihls property it redemption Is not made on or before November 
29, 2005. 

Tho County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to mako 
epplicatlon lor an order on tho petition for a tax deed, and this 
matter Is sot lor hearing In the Circuit Court ol thlscounty In 
Waukogan, Illinois on January 19, 2006. 

You may bo present al this hearing but your right to redeem 
wlil already have expired at that time. 

You aro urged to rodcom Immediately to prevent loss of 
property. 

Redompljon can bo made at ony time on or before November 
29, 2005 by applying to the County Clerk of Lake County Court 
Houso In Waukegan, Illinois, 

For further Information contact tho County Cierit. 

County of Lako, as Trusloo 
Purchaser 

0729E-7362-WL 

July 29, 2005 

Augusts, 12, 20O5 



PUBLIC NOTTCS 

TO; Polk Bros, Foundation, Inc.; their spouses, heirs, 
devisees, successors or assigns. If any, persons In 
occupancy or actual possossion and unknown owners or 
parties interested in the horolnallor described real estate: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TX 1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of Lake, Dale Premlsos Sold: December 10, 2002 

Pomianont Index No: 09-28-305-008 

Sold for General Taxes of 2001 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOPf DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located at: 27038 N. Lakevlew Dr., Wauconda: 

soulh lino of Lakevlew Dr„ approx. 243.87 
feet west of tho wast lino of Davidson St. 

Permanent Index No: 09-28-305-008 



This notice Is to advise you that tho above property has been' 
sold lor delinquent taxes and that Iho period of redemption from 
tho sale will expire on November 20, 2005 as oxiondod. 

This notice Is also to advise you thai a petition has boon filed 
tor a tax deed which will transfer title and right to possession of 
this property If redemption is not made on or before November 
29, 2005. 

The County of Lako, as Tnistoe, Purchaser Intends to mako 
application for an order on the petition for a tax deed, and this 
matter Is set for hearing in the Circuit Court ol this county In 
Waukegan, Illinois on January 19, 2006. - 

You may be present at this hearing byt.your right to redeem 
will already have expired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem Immodiatoty lo prevent loss of 
property. ~ . . . . 

Rodempljon can bo made at any time on'or beforo Novombor 
29, 2005 by applying lo Iho County CiQri< of Lako County Court 
Houso in Waukogan, Illinois. 

For further information contact the County Clerk. 

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TO; Polk Bros. Foundation, Inc.; their spouses, heirs, 
dovisoes, successors or assigns, II any, persons In . 
occupancy or actual possession and unknown owners or 
panics interosled In the tioroinalter described roal oslale: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TX 1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of Lake. Dale Premises Sold: December to, 2002 

Pormonenlindox No: 09-28-305-011 

Sold lor General Taxes of 2001 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located at: 27030 N. Lakovlow Dr., Wauconda; 

south side of Lakovlow Dr., approx. 100 
feet west ol Division St. 

Permanent Index No: 09-26-305-011 



This notice is (o advise you that Iho obovo property has boon 
sold for dciinquont taxes and that the poriod of redemption from 
Iho sale will expire on November 29, 2005 as extended. 

This nollco Is also to advise you that a petition has boon filed 
for a tax deed which will transfer lilio and right to possossion of 
this property If rodomption is not made on or before November 
29. 2005. 

The County ol Lako, as Tmstee, Purchaser Intends to make 
application lor an order on the petition lor a lax deed, and this 
matter is sot for hearing in the Circuit Court of this county in 
Waukogan, liilnois on January 19, 2006, 

You may bo prosont at this hearing but your right to redeem 
will already havo expired at that time. 

You are urged to rodoom immodlalQly to prevent loss of 
property. 

Rodomptjon can be made at any time on or before Novombor 
29, 2005 by applying to the County Clerk of Lake County Court 
House In Waukogan, liilnois, 

For lurthor Inlofmallon contact the County Clerk. 

County ol Lako, as.Trusleo 

■ - I "• Purchaser 

0729E-7359-WL 

July 29, 2005 

Augusts, 12, 2005 

PUBLtC NOTICE 

TO: Polk Bros. Foundollon, Inc.; thoir spouses, heirs, 
devisees, successors or assigns, II any, persons in 
occupancy or actual possession and unknown owners or 
parties interoslod in the herolnallor described real estate: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County ol Lako, Onto Premises Sold: December 10, 2002 

Permanent Index No: 09-2B-305-01 7; 03-28-305-01 8 & 
09-28-305-019 ' 



Sold (or Genaral Taxes ol 2001 and/or prtor. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT, 
TAXES ■ 

Property located at: 27025. 27023, & 27021 N. Bayvlew St., 
Wauconda; north line o( Bayvlew St., 
approx. 177.13 foot soulhooslorly of the 
southeast line of Shady Ln. 



Parmanent Index No: 09-28-305-0'l7;Q9-2B-305-01B & 
'"-" 09-28-305-019 



This notice Is to advise you that the above property has been 
sold lor delinquent taxes and that the poriod of redemption from 
the sale will expire on November 29, 2005 as extended. 

This notlcs Is also to advise you that a petition has been filed 
lor a tax deed which will transfer title and dght to possossion ol 
this properly if redemption Is not made on or before November 
29, 2005. 

Tho County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to make 
application for an order on tho petition for a tax deed, and this 
matter Is sol lor hearing in the Circuit Court of this county in 
Waukogan, Illinois on Januofy 19, 2006. 

You may bo present at this hearing but your right to redeem 
will already havo expired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem immodiatoty to prevent loss ol 
property. 

Redomptjon can be made at any time on or before November 
29, 2005 by applying to tho County Ciork of Lako County Court 
House in Waukogan, Illinois. 

For further Inlomialion contact Iho County Clerk. 

County of Ijiko, as Trustee 
Purchaser 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

TO: Polk Bros. Foundation, Inc.; their spouses, hoirs, 
devisees, successors or assigns, if any, persons In 
occupancy or actual possession and unknown owners or 
parties Interested In the horoinaltor described real estate: 

Tax Deed Na 02,1X1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of Lake. Date Premises Sold: December 10, 2002 
Permanent Index No; 09-28-305-012 

Sold for General Taxes of 2001 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located al: 27026 N. Lakavlow Dr., Wauconda; 
south line of Lakevlew Dr., approx. 50 
feet weat of wost line of Division St. 

PorrriBnent Index No: 09-26-305-012 



This notice is to advise you that the above property has been 
sold for delinquent taxes and that the period of redemption from 
tho sale will expire on November 29, 2005 as extended. 

This notico Is also to advise you that a petition has been filed 
for a lax deed which will tronsfor title and right to possession of 
this property if rodomption is not made on or before November 
29, 2005. 

Tho County of Lako, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to make 
application for an order on the petition for a lax deed, and this 
matter Is sot lor hearing in Iho Circuit Court of this county in 
Waukogan, liilnois on January 19, 2006. 

You may bo present at this hearing but your right to redeem 
will already have expired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem Immodiatoly to prevent loss of 
property. 

. Redemption can ba made at any time on or before November 
29, 2005 by applying to tho County Clerk of l^ko County Court 
House In Waukegan, Illinois, 

For further information contact the County Clori<. 

County ol Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0729E-7370-WL 

July 29. 2005 

Augusts, 12, 2005 



PUBLtC NOTICE 

TO: Polk Bros. Foundation, inc.; their spouses, heirs, 
devisees, successors or assigns, if any, persons In 
occupancy or actual possession and unknown owners or 
parties interested In tho herelnalter described real estate: 

Tax Dead No. 02 TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of Lako, Dale Promises Sold: December 1 0, 2002 

Permanent Index No: 09-28-305-014; 09-28-305-015 & 
09-28-305-016 



Sold lor Gonorat Taxes of 2001 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located at: 27047, 27035, & 27029 N, Bayvlew St., 

Wauconda; northoastoriy comer of Bayvlew 
St. and Shady Ln. 



Pemnancnl Index No: 09-28-305-014; 09-28-305-015 & 
09-28-305-016 



This notice Is to advise you that the above property has boon 
sold for dollnquont taxes and that the period of redemptlor) from 
tho sale will expire on November 29, 2005 aa extended. 

This notice Is also to advise you that a petition has been filed 
lor a tax deed which will transfer title and right to possossion of 
this property if redemption is not msdo on or before November 
29, 2005. 

■Rib County of Lake, as Tnjstee, Purchaser Intends to make 
application lor an order on tho petition (or a tax deed, and this 
matter is sot for haaring in tha Circuit Court of this county In 
Waukogan, Illinois on January 19, 2006. 

You may be present at this hearing but your rigtit to redeem 
will already have expired at that time. 

You are urged to rodoom Immadiately to prove nt loss of 
property. 

Redamptjon can bo made at any time on or before November 
29, 2005 by applying to the County Cteri< of Lako County Court 
House in Waukegan, Illinois. 

For further Infomiation contact (he County Clerif. 

County of Lako, as Trustee 
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PUBLIC NOTICE 

TO: Polk Bros. Foundation, Inc.; their spouses, heirs, 
devisee's, successors or assigns, 11 any, persons In 
■ occupancy or actual possession and unknown owners or 
parties interested in the horelpalier described real estate: 

Tax Deed No. 02 TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of Lake, Date Promises Sold: December 10, 2002 

Permanent Index No: 09-28-305-020 

Sold lor General Taxes of 2001 and/or prior, 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located at: 27019 N. Bayvlew St., 

Wauconda; northeriy line ol Bayvlew St., 
approx. 327 feet easterly of Shady Ln. 

Pemianent Index No: 09-28-305-020 



This notice is to advlso you that the above property has been 
sold for delinquent taxes and ihat the poriod of redompllon Irom 
tho sale will expire on November 29, 2005 as extended. 

This nollce is also to advise you that a petition has been filed 
for a tax deed which will transfer title and right to possossion of 
this property if redemption is not made on or before November 
29,2005, 

The County of Lako, as Trustee, Purchaser intends to make 
application for an order on the petition for a tax deed, and this 
matter is set lor hearing In tho Circuit Court of this county In ' 
Waukogan, liilnois on January 19, 2006. 

You may bo presont al this hearing but your right to redeem , 
will already havo expired at that lime. 

You are urged to redeem immodiatoly to prevent loss of 
property. 

Redomptjon can bo made at any time on or boforo November . 
29, 2005 by applying to the County Clertt of Lako County Court 
House in Waukogan, Illinois. • • , . - 

For lurthor infomiation contact Ihe County Clerk. ' 

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County of Lako, as Trusloe^c' 

Purchaser j 

0729E-7373-WL , 
July 29, 2005 
Augusts, 12, 2005 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

TO: Polk Bros. Foundation, inc.; thoIr spouses, hairs, 
devisees, successors or assigns, if any, persons In 
occupancy or actual possession and unknown owners or 
parties interested In the horelnaltar described real estate: 

TexDeodNo.02TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: December 1 0, 20()2 

Permanent Index No: 09-28-305-010 

Sold for General Taxes of 20O1 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT 
TAXES 

Property located at: 27032 N. Lakovlow Dr„ Wauconda; 

south sldo of Lakoviow Dr., approx. 150 
.feet wost of the west lino of Division SL 

Permanent Indox No; 09-28-305-010' '" 



Tills notice is to advise you that the above property has been 
sold for dollnquont taxes and lhat tho period of rodomption from 
the sale will expire on Novombor 29, 2005 as oxtor^dod. 

This notice Is also to advise you that a petition has been tiled 
for a (ox deed which will transler title and right to possession of 
this property II redemption Is not made on or before November 
29,2005. 

The County of Lake, as Tmstee, Purchaser intends to make 
application for an order on tho petition for a tax deed, and this 
matter is sot for hearing In tho Circuit Court of this county In 
Waukegan, Illinois on January 1 9, 2006. 

You may bo prosont at this hearing but your right to redeem 
will already have expired al that lime. 

You ore urged to redeem immodiatoly to prevent loss of 
property. 

Redempljon can bo made at any timo on or before November 
29, 2005 by applying to the County Ciori< of Lake County Court 
House In Waukegan, Illinois. 

For further Information contact Iho County Cleri<. 

County of Lake, as Tmstee 
Purchaser 

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July 29, 2005 

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FISCAL YEAR ENDED: FEBRUARY 28, 2005 



BEGINNING FUND BALANCE 
TOTAL REVENUES 
LESS-EXPENDITURES • 
ENDING FUND BALANCE 



S 49B.135 
591,513 

676.505 

S 413.143 



REVENUE: PROPERTY TAX 545,775: REPUCEMENT TAX 
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MISCELLANEOUS INCOME 7,019: NACASA-FOCUS 5,121: 



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BEGINNING FUND BAUNCE 
TOTAL REVENUES 
LESS-EXPENDITURES 
ENDING FUND BALANCE 



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91,524 
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S 118.510 



REVENUE: PROPERTY TAX 90.340: INTEREST INCOME 
1.184: 



FOOD PANTRY 



BEGINNING FUND BALANCE 
TOTAL REVENUES 
LESS-EXPENDITURES 
ENDING FUND BAUNCE 



S 24,540 
19,604 

17,761 

S 26,383 



REVENUE: MISCELLANEOUS DONATIONS 19,604: 
ROAD & BRIDGE FUND 



BEGINNINGFUND BALANCE 
TOTAL REVENUES 
LESS-EXPENDITURES 
ENDING FUND BALANCE 



S 163,198 

109,322 

$ 203.9BP 



REVENUE; PROPERTY TAX 87,516: REPLACEMENT TAX 
12.660: INTEREST INCOME 1,618: MISCELLANEOUS IN- 
COME 7,428; 



PERMANENT HARD ROAD . 



BEGINNING FUND BALANCE 
TOTAL REVENUES 
LESS-EXPENDITURES 
ENDING FUND BALANCE 



S 1,256.124 
701,918 
441.453 

S 1.516.589 



REVENUE: PROPERTY TAX 656,041: INTEREST INCOME 
14,287: MISCELLANEOUS INCOME 6,935: CONTRACTUAL 
WORK-VILLAGES 24,655: 

VENDOR SUMMARY: AFLAC 3,901: SBC 9,407: A-TIRE 
COUNTY SERVICE INC. 9,373: BONNELL INDUSTRIES 5,100: 
CENTRAL MGMT SERV-LGHP117,812: CLARKE ENVIRON- 
MENTAL MOSQUITO 3,626: COMMONWEALTH EDISON 
14,535: COMMONWEALTH EDISON 10,854: COUNTY OF 
LAKE 6,114: CURRAN CONTRACTING 2,986: DAM, SNELL, & 
TAVEIRNE, LTD 5.900: DAVE SCHULTZ 6,295: DELL COM- 
PUTER CORPORATION 3.034: E.FT.P.S. 193.411: FOX 
LAKE FORD MERCURY 3,754; GARTH'S COMPLETE TREE 
SERVICE 26,860: GARVEY'S OFFICE PRODUCTS 3.530: 
GROWER EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY CO 4,930: WALTER A. 
HERMAN, INC. 3,766: ILL. MUNICIPAL RETIREMENT 62,138: 
ILLINOIS DEPT. OF REVENUE 16,380: INDUSTRIAL TOWEL 
& UNIFORM INC. 2,760: KEN DAMICO 5,274; UKE COUNTY 
TREASURER 12,578: MORTON SALT 25,985: MOTORCADE 
UNLIMITED 14.410: MUNDELEIN DISPOSAL SERVICE 
10,530: NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT 10,574: NEXTEL COM- 
MUNICATINS 6.520: NICOR 4,472; NICOR GAS 2,580: OL- 
SON OIL 3,966; PATTEN TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT CO. 
2,981: PAYNE & DOLAN 48,316: R.A. ADAMS ENTERPRIS- 
ES, INC. 9,048; RAY SCHRAMER & CO. 4,951; REIDESIGNE 
LANDSCAPE CONTRACT 2,645; RICK DISHMAN 2.662: 
RYAN TRUCKING 4,054: SHERWOOD NORTH NURSERY 
3,452: SUPERIOR PAVING INC. 4.O0O; THELEN 3,493; TJ 
ADAMS GROUP 2,500: TOIRMA INS 27,147: UNITED STATES 
TREASURY 3,806: VILLAGE OF GRAYSLAKE 3.591; VILLAGE 
OF ROUND LAKE BEACH 4,748; VILUGE OF ROUND LAKE 
BEACH 2,947; WISCONSIN DEPT OF REVENUE 2,194; TO- 
TAL OTHERS LESS THAN S2,500; 130.490: 



TOTAL VENDORS 



876,465 



PAYROLL; UNDER $15,000; ANTHONY J. VALLANGO JR: 
DEBBIE A. TAYLOR: DONALD E. MOBLEY: JOYCE F. PETER- 
SON: NANCY J. LECH; NICHOLAS R. STREICHER: RICK E. 
DISHMAN: ROBERT D. KULA; SHARON R. FYFE; TIMOTHY 
S. POWELL: WILLIAM MCNEILL: FROM $15,000 TO S29,999: 
KATHLEEN M. LENNON: MAUREEN L LENNON: PATRICK E, 
ANDERSON: WILLIAM J. RUST: S30.000 AND OVER: ANTHO- 
NY J. VALLANGO JR: EDWARD J. POLEJEWSKI JR: HELEN 
A. CASSIDY: JANICE A, ROTH: JOYCE F. PETERSON: 
KATHLEEN M. LENNON: PENELOPE R. HECKEL: RICK E. 
DISHMAN: ROBERTO. KULA: RUSSELL E. CHRISTIAN: 



TOTAL PAYROLL 
CERTIFICATION 



629,336 



I RUSSELL E, CHRISTIAN, SUPERVISOR of AVON TOWN- 
SHIP, LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS do heroby certify that Iho 
abovQ is a Imo copy ol tho Annual Treasurer's Report for Ihe fis- 
cal year ending FEBRUARY 28, 2005. 



RUSSELL E. CHRISTIAN, SUPERVISOR 



0805A-7399-GL, RL 
August 5. 2005 



PUBUC NOTICE 

Notico is hereby givon that GRASS LAKE STORAGE & PACK- 
AGING, 20765 West Grass Lake Rd., Lindenhurst. IL. 60046 will 
sell or dispose of lh& personal goods/property lor non-paymont 
ol rent and other charges from tho following storage units: 
Wsao-Dana Boak 

Contanls; Dressers, rocker roclinor chair, snow boards, fan,, 
misc. boxes, sand bags. 
«403-Scoti Lucadelfo 

Conlonts: Rocker recliner chair, couch, coffee table, end table, 
wooden rocker, TV, misc. boxes, 
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Contents: Little Tykes playground, toys, stroller, bicycles, child- 
rons basketball hoop, dresser, mattress, chair, misc. boxes. 
This sale will take place on Aug. 19lh., 2005 at 3P.M. All con- 
tents sold io the highest bidder for cash. Immediate removal re- 
quired. Wo resen/e tho right to withdraw any or all property prior 
to Gale. No responsible for any acddonls. 

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